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This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’re talking about some of our favorites from the recently completed Geneva Watch Days. This year’s Geneva Watch Days event marked the return of in-person watch fairs to Switzerland after a long pandemic induced hiatus, and while the scale of this trade show isn’t on par with Baselworld in its prime, there were still a lot of heavy hitters seeing the light of day for the first time. This isn’t the normal crop of brands that we cover on Worn & Wound (almost without exception, the watches at Geneva Watch Days are extremelyhigh end, and fall squarely into the high luxury category) but there’s still a lot of horologically interesting stuff coming out of the show, and some of it is undeniably beautiful and definitely worthy of discussion.
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