At the big watch fairs, the stars of the show tend to be complicated watches for men, but each year watch brands also debut plenty of ladies’ watches, many made at the same level of craftsmanship as their male counterparts. We look at some recently released ladies’ watch collections.
Baume and Mercier’s Linea collection has three interchangeable straps in colors inspired by the Hindu holiday of Holi: Pearly White, Vibrant Orange, and Red Poppy (seen below).
Blancpain’s Saint Valentin features a red heart and two engraved hearts on the mother-of-pearl dial, and a row of diamonds along the bezel. The watch is a limited edition of 99 pieces.
The Bovet Récital 9 Tourbillon Miss Alexandra is a seven-day tourbillon with a moon-phase display, featuring an accurate cartography of the moon engraved onto a mirror-polished steel plate.
I’m female but I really dislike women’s watches. Why are the majority of women’s watches have to have all that decorations, patterns, bright colors, diamonds, etc. Seriously, they don’t look like ‘real’ watches. They look awful.
Being a male, i am fairly confident i would never buy a ladies watch for myself, but i would have a ball (not a Ball Watch) looking for something for someone else.
All are Very elegant looking watches, the first one is awesome.