Photo Gallery: WatchTime New York 2021

Photo Gallery: WatchTime New York 2021

WatchTime New York returned this past weekend to a welcome and eager audience of enthusiasts and industry members alike, showcasing over twenty-five brands and each timepiece more striking than the next.

By Jessica “J.J.” Owens

Taking place at the iconic Gotham Hall, the dramatic space was the perfect backdrop for the return of WatchTime New York. The first edition of the event since 2019, each brand had a designated booth as attendees freely mixed and mingled throughout the space, taking in the latest releases from each brand. But more than just a chance to hang out with fellow enthusiasts, the event reminded everyone how great it is to see new timepieces in the metal.

The beauty of WatchTime New York is there is truly something for everyone. It would be impossible not to find a new timepiece to lust over: from being greeted by a prominent Seiko display to the mechanical masterpieces of Arnold & Son, and, oh yes, who could forget the complications A. Lange & Söhne presented?

The 2021 edition of WatchTime New York also showcased brands new to the event, such as NORQAIN, Laurent Ferrier, and Chopard. It was a horological Candyland!

Check out the gallery below for an inside look at WatchTime New York:

(Photography by Kat Shoulders)

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