The latest iconic and feminine timepieces for the elegant, refined woman of today.
Bovet 1822 Tourbillon collection
Ensuring peerless regularity in timekeeping, the tourbillon offers choreographed perfection. The expert hands of BOVET’s artisans elevate these tourbillon timepieces into works of art in which substance, form, and culture intersect. BOVET tourbillons take on two different forms, representing two methods of manufacture. The first is the traditional tourbillon, with the carriage held at each extremity by a single bridge. The second is a patented construction for a flying tourbillon. The tourbillon excels only when conceived, manufactured, decorated, assembled, adjusted and integrated into a caliber with utmost care. For BOVET, the sum of this expertise rests upon individual mastery of every step of watchmaking from the first to the last, and upon a vision conceived by Pascal Raffy to make every BOVET tourbillon a watchmaker’s work of art.
Corum has listened to collectors and is bringing back Romvlvs, it’s most Italian of creations, in a very limited edition. The Romvlvs 44 Annual Calendar keeps its Italian lightness. Refreshing, it refuses to be boxed into a category, swinging from classical to provocative, from sporty to glamour chic. Playful and imbued with la dolce vita, it seamlessly blends the refinement of pink gold with a lively and feisty green. Of classical allegiance, it can’t resist the charms of a modern rubber bracelet. While its dial appears traditional, it is in fact a smoky quartz sapphire whose transparency, like a mischievous veil, reveals the mechanical caliber.
Hermes Slim d’Hermès GMT
The Slim d’Hermès line embodies essentials: simplicity imbued with rigorous discipline and aesthetic balance. Made from palladium, a rare and light platinum-group metal, the GMT version becomes the ideal companion for today’s globetrotter. Its ultra-thin 9.48 mm thick case reveals its pure display beneath an enigmatic smoked crystal veil. The broad slate grey dial with its distinctive font – slim numerals with spaces between them – is adorned with subtle finishing that accentuates its intensity. A sunburst chapter ring, guilloché centre and date counter, along with a silver-toned GMT counter studded with numerals punctuate this perfectly legible Manufacture dial swept over by slender sandblasted or blue lacquered baton-type hands.
Chopard L’Heure du diamant opal
The Chopard L’Heure du diamant collection revives a sense of elegant nostalgia by borrowing its oval case from the 1970s style repertoire. The latter source of inspiration exerts a powerful influence on fashion in general and watchmaking in particular, honouring timeless femininity through delightfully light and trim designs. A model with a small round case completes this L’Heure du diamant trilogy, celebrating the perfect proportions of a classic archetype. On all three models, the bezel is entirely paved with brilliant-cut diamonds. The most precious version extends its dazzling diamond setting along the bracelet, enhanced by two larger diamonds placed at 6 and 12 o’clock on the bezel.
Saint Honore Opéra
With a subtle burst of floral splendour, Opéra strengthens its power of seduction in a collection which exudes all its natural glamour. With floral inspiration, the watch’s intriguing harmonious composition plays on the contrasts between lightness and design. The finely crafted openwork satin dial reveals silvery petals set with eight diamond hour-markers. The distinctive opening for the date and the openwork hands enhance the delicate yet graphic character of the watch. The stylish round box adds to its softness, and is highlighted with a black onyx on the crown. With its particularly intelligent interchangeable bracelet design, the Opéra watch can take on a new look to suit your mood, from a wide range of materials and colours.
Carl F. Bucherer Adamavi
With its timeless design, the Adamavi collection exhibits a unique philosophy: striving to preserve things of a proven value. This principle is embodied by the classic appearance of the Adamavi family. These watches stand out thanks to their simple, timeless design. Powered by reliable high-quality movements, the value of these timepieces is clear to see, even after many years. This successful and enduring collection is expanding with a total of nine new models, all equipped with mechanical movements. Thanks to their understated design, the watches from the Adamavi family can be worn on any occasion. The versatility of this collection is further underlined by the fact that the Adamavi is available in three different sizes with differently designed dials and a wide variety of straps.
TAG Heuer Aquaracer Lady Calibre 9 Automatic
In 1892, Edouard Heuer filed the first patent for a watertight case in the history of watchmaking. It was an immediate success. Since that time, the Aquaracer (a collection created in 2003) has continued to evolve, becoming a sports watch beloved by men and women in equal measure. This year, TAG Heuer launched a new women’s version equipped with a Calibre 9 automatic movement. Water resistant to 300 metres, this sporty watch displays the iconic codes of the Aquaracer collection. It has a 12-sided unidirectional rotating bezel featuring 6 polished lugs, and hands and indices covered with white SuperLuminovaTM for enhanced visibility and optimal legibility in deep water. New features on this version include the striated dial, the date window with magnifier and the second hand with arrow. It also boasts the distinctive technical characteristics of the Aquaracer Automatic collection.