Right On Time
Made with high-quality craftsmanship and built to last – here are our picks of luxury timepieces that go beyond telling the time.
PATEK PHILIPPE TWENTY~4 STAINLESS STEEL OLIVE GREEN
If you’re looking for a watch that epitomises timeless feminine elegance, this is it. This stainless steel model with a stunning olive green dial is the perfect complement to both formal and casual wear for the young, active, and modern woman.
PANTHÈRE DE CARTIER
A distinctive Cartier design, this timeless timepiece doubles up as a piece of jewellery that you can wear every day. This small, quartz movement model with 22mm x 30mm dimensions and cased in 18k yellow gold will complement your outfit and give it an effortless, luxury touch.
CHOPARD ALPINE EAGLE SMALL
Modern and refined, the sport-chic Alpine Eagle timepiece is a contemporary reinterpretation of the St Moritz, the first watch created in 1980. It is crafted from an exclusive, ultra-resistant, light-reflecting metal named Lucent Steel A223 and an ethical 18-carat rose gold set with diamonds.
CHANEL J12 PARADOXE
Available in 38mm, this opulent watch is distinguished by its asymmetrical white and black ceramic casing and lacquered dial. The back of the watch reveals the Calibre 12.1, a self-winding movement manufactured exclusively for CHANEL.
ULYSSE NARDIN ROSE GOLD BLAST
The Blast will ensure you are on top of your style game every time. This new model is fresh, muscular, and robust with a powerful automatic silicium tourbillon nested in a bold, X-shaped cage, which beats inside at a frequency of 2.5 Hz. Its rectangular frame, three-horned signature on the strap, and smooth coloured bezel signify Ulysse Nardins’ house codes elegantly.
AUDEMARS PIGUET ROYAL OAK DOUBLE BALANCED WHEEL OPENWORKED
For the first time, the Royal Oak Double Balance Wheel Openworked is offered with a black ceramic case, which provides an elegant setting for the newly re-designed blackened openworked dial and the pink gold-toned double balance wheel that’s visible on both sides of the watch.
HUBLOT BIG BANG INTEGRAL CERAMIC IN BLUE
The release of Big Bang Integral marks a new milestone in Hublot’s Big Bang 15-year-old history. Three new ceramic colours – white, navy blue, and grey – are introduced, all with built-in scratch resistance, durability, and hypoallergenic properties. Polished satin-finished surfaces, the 42-mm case, and the single-use of material and colour add to the aesthetic appeal of the watch.
BELL & ROSS DIVER RED BRONZE
This is your must-have companion for deep-sea diving. Its case and the bezel are made of satin-polished CuSn8 Bronze, an alloy combining 92 percent copper and 8 percent tin that was used in the past for deep-sea helmets and naval construction. Adorning hints of pink, the metals on this watch will age well.
PIAGET POLO SKELETON
The celebrated luxury sports watch Piaget Polo, created in 1979, has gone fully skeletonised. While its notably curved case surmounted by a round bezel, cushion with shaped dial opening still remains, its case is now created at a remarkable 30 thinner than existing versions. Despite that, the Polo Skeleton remains just as robust, reliable, and practical, featuring 44 hours of power reserve and water resistance down to three atmospheres, making a great watch for outdoor adventures.