Dior updates its ’70s-inspired La Mini D de Dior Satine line with a raver neon orange shade and a debut wraparound strap for one super pop timepiece.
The forever glamorous Serpenti timepiece from Bulgari boasts an opulent style with this new colour combination of green malachite stone and warm pink gold.
The 24-piece Celebration Skull is avant-garde Scottish watchmaker Fiona Kruger’s ode to her childhood years spent living in Mexico and the Day of the Dead celebrations, with the skull hand-painted with lacquer in a riot of colours from pink to yellow.
For this one-of-a-kind design, Tiffany & Co. festooned its ’40s-inspired East West ticker with 743 diamonds pieces and blue sapphires in a colour palette of Matisse blue.
The combination of a delicate filigree motif on the dial of Chopard’s L´heure du Diamant and a Laduree pink strap makes this high jewellery piece perfect for the uber feminine woman.
First launched in 2009, the Art Deco-inspired Historiques American 1921 from Vacheron Constantin is a conversation piece thanks to its unique off-centre dial. Now, it comes in a unisex 36.5mm case, with a pair of interchangeable straps in cardinal red (pictured) and chocolate.
Limited to 18 pieces, Montblanc’s Boheme Exotourbillon Jewellery Motif Serpent comes with a strap in a regal purple flush. Its artisanal dial, meanwhile, is adorned with an entwined motif of a serpent that’s hand-painted with various shades of purple and set with 51 multi-coloured diamonds.
Patek Philippe’s Ref. 7130 Ladies World Time watch scores top marks for its ability to tell all 24 time zones simultaneously. Now, it’s been refreshed in white gold with a contrasting peacock blue dial and strap.
The flagship Royal Oak Offshore Diver from Audemars Piguet sheds its rugged tough image with a slate of models in fun, energetic colours such as tangerine (pictured), bumble bee yellow and lime.
This jubilant Long Island model from Franck Muller is a special edition to mark the brand’s 25th birthday bash, and sports a dial with an anniversary logo, as well as a bold yellow strap and trademark Dali-esque indexes in rainbow hues.
The addition of the moon phase counter on the Ballon Bleu de Cartier gives this midnight blue automatic timepiece an added feminine flair.
This story first appeared in Female’s February 2018 issue.
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