Counting down hours, minutes, and seconds with these designer timepieces
2016 Rolex Oyster Perpetual Explorer
The 2016 Oyster Perpetual Explorer now sports a Chromalight display, with the three, six and nine numerals, hour markers, and hands emitting a blue luminescence to increase the dial’s visibility in low light. Though the hands’ movement and the Oyster bracelet remain the same, the addition of the blue glow makes this watch fresh and visionary.
Breguet Reine de Naples 8958
There is no better way to ring in the Year of the Rooster than with the Breguet Reine de Naples 8958. Its dial displays a cameo of a rooster engraved on layers of seashell. The watch also features an 18-carat white gold case, a diamond encrusted bezel, a white alligator leather strap, and a natural shell dial.
BVLGARI Piccola Lucea
Bulgari offers active women an alluring new model of their iconic LVCEA watch: the Piccola Lucea. Its case size has been redesigned and made daintier at only 23 mm. paired with a distinctive bracelet.
Omega Speedmaster Man on the Moon
The official watch of NASA since March 1965, the Omega Speedmaster Mon the Moon has a special place in history. As the only watch to pass all of NASA’s space tests, it was worn by Buzz Aldrin as he stepped onto the lunar surface in July 1969. In addition to its historical significance, its stainless steel case, 42 mm conograph, and SuperLumiNova-coated hands make this timepiece truly out of this world.
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Frosted Gold
To celebrate the 40th year of the women’s Royal Oak, Audemars Piguet unveils the iconic watch design in white and pink gold. The timepiece’s shimmering sparkle is its defining feature, achieved through a hammering technique. Made in collaboration with designer Carolina Bucci, the Royal Oak’s case and bracelet were redesigned by beating the gold with a diamond tipped tool.