ICON: DE VILLE LADYMATIC
With its intricate vintage-inspired design and gem-adorned dial, Omega’s Ladymatic has been the quintessential women’s luxury watch since 1955. For the better part of a generation, the Ladymatic wristwatch defi ned savoir-faire.
A milestone for the Swiss watchmaker, the Ladymatic was one of the brand’s first self-winding watches to be designed especially for women, and featured the smallest automatic movement Omega had ever made.
The latest addition to the Ladymatic family – the De Ville Ladymatic coloured dial – encompasses all the elements that made the original such a classic, but surpasses it on every level. Boasting the timeless style of every Ladymatic before it, the De Ville fl aunts an exquisite dial (in pink mother- of-pearl, purple or grey) embellished with an enchanting supernova pattern and 11 diamond indices set into faceted 18K gold holders. A domed scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment on both sides protects the spectacular dial.
The hour, minute and seconds hands are also crafted from 18K gold, while the bezels are polished stainless steel or paved with diamonds in a snow-set pattern. The piece de resistance is a single “Brilliant Omega Cut” diamond on the crown. All this opulence is presented on an 18K rose or yellow gold and stainless steel bracelet, or on a graceful satin-brushed white or brown leather strap.
The De Ville Ladymatic looks glorious, to say the least, but its interior is no less magnificent. At the heart of this statement-making wristwatch is Omega’s exclusive automatic Co-Axial calibre 8520, which has been COSC-
When it comes to bringing out the fairer side of horology, nobody does it better than Omega. Its latest ladies’ watches are a flawless symphony of grace and precision.
certified as a chronometer. Although you’re unlikely to take a dive with this beauty, it is nonetheless water-resistant to 10 bar (about 100m). Such a fashion-forward timepiece that so perfectly marries consummate design with state- of-the-art technology deserves a place on your wrist.
BREAKTHROUGH: 18K SEDNA GOLD
When it comes to executing an idea, Omega goes all the way. In an industryfirst, Omega has launched two timepieces, Constellation Sedna 1952 and De Ville Ladymatic “Diamonds & Pearls”, using 18K Sedna Gold – an all-new alloy exclusively developed by the Swatch Group, which blends gold, copper and palladium for an uncommonly long-lasting reddish hue.
The name Sedna comes from a trans-Neptunian object that astronomers have described as the reddest object in our solar system, so it’s an apt moniker for a model in Omega’s Constellation range. Besides using groundbreaking material, Constellation Sedna also features engraved tone-on-tone Roman numerals, a silvery “pie-pan” dial reminiscent of the first Omega Constellation launched in 1952, and a Co-Axial Calibre 8501 movement that’s visible through the transparent sapphire case back.
For a more feminine take, the De Ville Ladymatic “Diamonds & Pearls” stuns with its elegant construction and lavish finish – featuring 18K Sedna gold not just on its dainty face, but also on the elaborate jewellery bracelet adorned with iridescent white Akoya pearls, polished 18K Sedna gold pearls and scintillating full-cut diamonds.