Watches for men and watches for women by TAG Heuer: the fine art of keeping time.

Quality and accuracy are the bywords when it comes to Swiss watches and luxury watches. And within this elite universe, TAG Heuer timepieces are in a league all their own. With both innovative design and advanced technology, they go far beyond luxury timepieces or sports watches – they are a class unto themselves.

By combining manual craftsmanship with the best, most advanced technology, TAG Heuer ladies’ and men’s watches perpetuate a remarkable legacy while encouraging quality and innovation. Entirely modern and eternally refined, a TAG Heuer watch is more than mere aesthetics. Its automatic watches possess high frequencies ranging from 21,600 vibrations per hour to up to 360,000 (as with the Calibre 360) – a guarantee of outstanding mechanical precision. A number of its automatic watch movements thus bear the prestigious Official Swiss Chronometer Control (C.O.S.C.) certificate.

Unsurprisingly, TAG Heuer chronograph watches are recognised as the height of Swiss watch precision. The official timekeeper of one of the world’s most celebrated races, the Monaco Grand Prix, TAG Heuer is also the partner of both Oracle Team USA – winner of the prestigious America’s Cup – and Formula 1 automotive manufacture McLaren, in the ultimate pact of speed and timekeeping precision.

TAG Heuer timepieces likewise astound aesthetically: created by expert specialists, these luxury Swiss watches harmoniously combine the best noble materials, such as sinuous calfskin or refined alligator leather, exquisite solid gold or strong stainless steel, at times accenting them with more modern, innovative materials, like high-tech rubber or contemporary fabric. In doing so, TAG Heuer turns preconceived notions of sports watches and luxury watches on their head. Its quality finishes, including fine brushing, black PVD finish and ruthenium treatment, are at once classic yet avant-garde attractive yet practical.

Not to be outdone, its watches for women are the pinnacle of restrained elegance. Most notably, its diamond watches add a trace of womanly sparkle to the famed men’s watch models for which TAG Heuer is known: the TAG Heuer Carrera, the Monaco, the Link, the Aquaracer and the TAG Heuer Formula 1. Featuring luxury materials and uncluttered lines, these sophisticated ladies’ timepieces perfectly uphold the band’s heritage of fine workmanship and impeccable precision that have been its hallmark for more than a century.

Indeed, TAG Heuer timepieces represent more than simple luxury or precision. They symbolise the finest Swiss craftsmanship thrust brazenly into the future. Where dependability meets aesthetics, artistry meets technology, elegance meets the avant-garde: TAG Heuer gives new meaning to luxury watches for men and women.


NEW YORK, March 14th – A half-century after its dramatic arrival into the motor-racing scene, TAG Heuer’s iconic CARRERA, the first sports choronograph designed specifically for professional drivers and sports-car enthusiasts, celebrated its 50th anniversary at New York City’s prestigious Highline Studios.

Paying homage to the original creator of the iconic series and watchmaking legend, Jack Heuer, TAG Heuer North America held a prominent event that showcased the CARRERA series from its birth through today. With vintage and modern porsche’s displayed alongside imagery of Jack Heuer and racing legends like the Rodriguez brothers, Juan-Manuel Fangio and more, the evening celebrated the spirit and passion of motor-sports.

Jack Heuer told inspirational stories behind the brand to watch and auto enthusiasts alike as well as the high-profile reporters, journalists and retailers in attendance. Also in attendance was celebrity watch collector, Dan Stevens, who is well known for his starring role on the hit series “Downton Abbey”.

Guests enjoyed cocktails and passed plates provided by the renowned catering company, Olivier Chang while viewing the vintage and modern CARRERA timepieces, porsches and artwork from the prestigious graffiti artist, Mr. Kaves who gifted his art to Jack Heuer himself.