Perfect for the ladies and the gents, we present an exclusive watch guide for you and yours to commemorate the important days, or the coming summer, or even “just because”. From a simple yet strong piece to an elegantly feminine watch—also a watch with so many customisations—we’ve got a watch for everyone.
The Pioneer Perpetual Calendar by H. Moser & Cie is a durable watch for everyday use thanks to its steel case—even if the hand-wound HMC800 takes a few dives up to 120metres. On the blue sunburst-patterned dial, a big display for the date, a month indicator via central hand, a seven-day power indicator, and the use of Superluminova elements enhance readability anytime of the day.
The refreshing ocean air in spring is present in Ulysse Nardin’s Grand Lady Feu, which combines innovation in watchmaking with tradition in enamelling art. Available in choices of lavender, green and grey dials each with matching strap, or a blue one with a white strap, the dial is masterfully coloured with enamel powder using the highly technical grand feu technique by Donzé Cadrans artisans.
Hublot’s new self-winding HUB6311 calibre teams up with Ferrari’s precision in design for the carmaker’s 70th birthday: the Hublot Techframe Ferrari Tourbillon Chronograph. Cased in gold, carbon, or titanium with black-varnished dial, the Techframe is further enhanced by race-inspired twin half-second counter and minute counter. On the case-back is engraved, “Limited Edition, No XX/70”, to show the production number out of limited 70 watches.
Gucci’s whimsy is strong in its Timeless collection down to the smallest details starting from the rainbow-coloured moon-phase movement. It also includes the Maison’s favourite shapes—a bee engraving on the snapped case-back and a heart of pink gold on the seventh hour. More colourful planetary objects adorn the black dial along with a few more bees to tell the time.
For a truly personalised watch, Jaeger LeCoultre’s Atelier Reverso is the answer with three new dials launched this year—bringing the seven Reverso watches to 49 coloured dials and 800 straps for 5,277 combinations. Comes with a Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 854A and another watch on the reverse for a second time zone, the new colours are electric blue lacquer, green marble and amber tiger eye.