1 Chanel Première Flying Tourbillon Openwork watch
The Première was actually the first watch Chanel created exclusively for women back in 1987, with a case inspired by the octagonal shape of the Chanel No. 5 bottle stopper. While this year’s piece is a tad more complicated, it retains the charm and femininity of the original design. Please click here for more…
2 Harry Winston Premier Precious Butterfly Automatic
Another Premier! Introduced by Harry Winston in 1989, this collection is now an iconic signature of the company. The three arches on the case echo the facade of the Harry Winston Salon on Fifth Avenue. Presented in white gold, the Premier Precious Butterfly features a dial in butterfly marquetry motif that threatens to fly off the wrist.
3 Jaeger-LeCoultre Rendez Vous Moon
Jaeger-LeCoultre turned its gaze to the heavens with the Rendez-Vous Moon. A 39mm white gold case allows a substantial canvas to interpret the moon, which takes up about 3/4 of the dial starting at 6 o’clock. The large orb of the mother-of-pearl moon is the star of the show, floating against the backdrop of a blue celestial sky. Limited to 265 pieces, the Rendez-Vous Moon runs off an automatic movement.
4 Vacheron Constantin Harmony Dual Time Small Model
The Dual Time Small is one of eight watches from the new Harmony collection. Powered by the brand’s new caliber 2460DT, it celebrates the 260th anniversary of Vacheron Constantin with an engraving on the back. This beautiful timepiece for women tells the time in two different zones thanks to an unobtrusive subdial at 4 o’clock. Please click here for more…
5 Rolex Oyster Perpetual Lady-Datejust
In the women’s collection, Rolex introduced three exceptional new versions of the Datejust Pearlmaster 39, with bezels set with fancy pink, fancy green and fancy orange sapphires featuring diamond-set hour markers at 6 and 9 o’clock, or fully paved dials and diamond-set bracelet models.