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Ralph Lau­ren’s eques­trian her­itage is a known one, a legacy the brand has high­lighted in its Stir­rup col­lec­tion, where the case is shaped per­fectly like a rid­ing bracket. Price upon


If some­one were to de­scribe the colour of the Burberry Trench, the word ‘camel’ will most

likely come up. Its watch­mak­ers thought on the same lines to cre­ate pieces in sim­i­lar hues for its epony­mous col­lec­tion.

Price upon re­quest.

Coco Chanel adored the camel­lia so much that the flower be­came an em­blem of the brand. Its

watch­mak­ers have crafted an homage in the Made­moi­selle Prive Gold Camel­lia Mo­tif, fea­tur­ing en­graved yel­low gold camel­lias on the dial. Price upon

re­quest. The Ver­sace Van­i­tas ac­ces­sories, de­signed by Donatella Ver­sace, fea­ture de­tailed quilt­ing, an as­pect adopted in its time­pieces by the

same name. 1,20,000.

The most recog­nised (and copied) mo­tif in the world, the Louis Vuit­ton mono­gram has

been del­i­cately carved in a Poly­ne­sian mother-of-pearl, in the dial of the Den­telle de Mono­gram. Price upon

re­quest. The horsebit (the tack placed in a horse’s mouth) is seen on Gucci’s shoes, bags, and jew­ellery. And the Gucci Horsebit watch fea­tures two in­ter­linked loops in­spired by this iconic piece of sad­dlery. Price upon re­quest.

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