Joseph Bulova emigrated from Bohemia (now known as the Czech Republic) in 1870 and opened his first jewelry store five years later on Manhattan's Maiden Lane. Early on, Bulova established a name for himself in the watchmaking business. Not only did he debut luxe, now-classic designs, but he also used cutting-edge manufacturing techniques and creative advertising campaigns. The company went on to create the world's first electric clocks, broadcast the world's first-ever TV commercial (aired July 1, 1941), and collaborate with NASA. Today, Bulova's watches stay true to the original design aesthetic: Elegant and refined timepieces meticulously crafted with top-quality materials. Men's and women's watches come in all different styles, from dressy to sporty.
Chic, modern and luxurious timepieces by the iconic Italian house
Oversized bracelets and sporty chronographs, borrowed from him.
Thanks to the surge of street style buzz at Fashion Week, a new set of muses have emerged. Editors from the world’s glossiest magazines and sites are setting the tone (and the trends) for your wardrobe this fall. Get inspired and hit the scene in classic pieces — silk jumpsuits and blouses, colorful coats, and the perfect black pant — punched up with wow-factor accessories: Think daring statement necklaces, vibrant exotic-skin totes, and bold, menswear-inspired watches.
Bold timepieces featuring precise movements and durable construction