Mike was born to eat and drink, so it's lucky he's editor of Square Mile's sister title Foodism. His favourite cocktail is a negroni, his favourite wines are from California, his favourite spirit is whisky (with and without the 'e') and his favourite food probably changes too often to list. In what little other free time he has, he withstands being routinely disappointed at the home of his beloved Tottenham Hotspur FC.
Clad in trendy titanium, a new model in the Expedition North collection is an exciting step forward for American watchmaker Timex
In a world split between desk divers and their professional counterparts, Rolex’s brand-new Oyster Perpetual Deepsea Challenge is very much the latter. Mike Gibson finds out if everything really is better...
The founders of Edit Suits have now added shirts to their repertoire. The resulting brand, Edition One, could provide a template for the future of bespoke shirtmaking
This ambitious microbrand is making waves creating a watch that breaks from tradition, with a quirky, asymmetric chronograph that comes in a range of bold and playful colourways
One of the Swiss watchmaker's best-loved references is the latest to turn to bronze, casting this beautiful pilot's watch in an eye-catching new light
The historic Swiss brand's new release sees its pilot-inspired Spirit collection's aesthetic distilled into a durable and contemporary titanium shell
The American watchmaker's first foray into in-game watches sees the protagonist of Far Cry 6 wear a limited-edition version of a much-loved model
New for 2021, the PRX Powermatic 80 takes the 1970s cool of Tissot's classic quartz model, and reinvents it as an automatic watch that's set to have fans lining up
Bronze is the metal of the moment in watchmaking, and Hamilton’s Khaki Field Mechanical is the latest iconic model to harness the power of the patina
With a crowd-pleasing 40mm case size and a sporty aesthetic, Spinnaker's new launch combines its dive watch heritage with an appreciation of what watch buyers want
No car needs 510bhp. And most cars couldn’t handle it, either. But we learn that the new M3 is more than worthy of it
With recent re-releases of classic models from across its storied history, Seiko is giving its fans what they want, and 2021's King Seiko KSK SJE083 is the cream of the crop