Baume & Mercier's collection of timepieces has been on a discernible upward trajectory for some time now – after years lost in the woods with middling collections and co-brands, the Geneva outfit is quietly making waves. And 2020 looks like it's going to be another level again, with B&M layering up their sensational Baumatic model with a host of poetic, aesthetically pleasing complications. In addition, we have a new version of the Art Deco-inspired Hampton collection in a manly rectangular case, with lots of considered details. We've had a look at all the new models, and picked the ones we think will be the biggest hits with you, the enthusiasts. Baume & Mercier Hampton The Hampton is receiving a big revamp this year, and the keen-eyed among you may recognise the new timepiece is heavily inspired by 1920s Art Deco architecture. As Baume & Mercier explain, "In the image of the great Art Deco trends of the day, the curves of the Hampton watch take precedence over right angles and give beauty to the light gliding on smooth surfaces." In total, the watchmaker is releasing no less than eight new iterations of the Hampton – five of which are ladies…

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