Besides updating its Mademoiselle Prive Camelia Skeleton 18K white gold watch with a dial of black onyx or 242 pave diamonds, Chanel’s backed the elegant floral design up with a new in-house movement – its third in as many years.
Hermes’ Savana Dance 18K white gold timepiece co-opts the print of one of its scarves of the same name. Limited to just a dozen pieces, the watch’s mother-of-pearl dial depicts a leopard on a hunt – with the African wilderness as a backdrop – rendered in the technique used in miniature paintings.
The Tortue Regard de Panthere 18K yellow gold watch sees an opulent interpretation of Cartier’s spirit animal: The panthers in this 30-piece collection come bedecked with diamonds, yellow sapphires and black enamel.
It takes Bulgari’s artisans three days to hand-paint the phoenix’s cyclical regeneration in all its vibrant flourish on the Diva’s Dream Phoenix Tourbillon 18K pink gold watch. The watches in this limited edition collection (50 pieces only) each has a 64-hour power reserve.
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This story first appeared in Female’s April 2018 issue.
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