Belonging to a set of three variations, this reinterpretation radiates a chic and casual look. The shimmering light effects playing across a petroleum blue, black or champagne-toned dial catch the eye. Powered by the automatic CFB 1970 calibre, this chronograph is equipped with a flyback function serving to perform several consecutive timing operations. The domed sapphire crystal sets an elegant finishing touch to the 43 mm case available in steel or pink gold.
This watch with its pure elegance boldly reveals its iconic off-centred dials. Its sweep-seconds hand is teamed with a bright red-accented date hand. Time sweeps by against the backdrop of a satin-brushed dial base that diffuses the light in a pleasing gleam. White gold hour-markers discreetly mark off the time with a play on meticulously studied volumes, while the streamlined lugs and curved bezel ensure a chic and timeless style.
This dreamy new model of the 1942 collection is intended to accompany every moment of a woman’s life. Fitted with a delightfully rounded 35 mm stainless steel case, the Night & Day provides an unconventional display of the time. A mother-of-pearl 24-hour rotating dial alternately shows a radiant sun or a generous moon accompanied by its starlit sky background. The rotating hours are pointed to by a beaded blue index at 12 o’clock, while a central hand in the same colour marks off the minutes.
Celebrating 60 years of passion for diving, this model retains the aesthetic lines of the Black Bay family, while the disc of the rotating bezel is adorned with circular satin-brushed steel featuring a subtle matt sheen. The Manufacture MT5612 movement powering this timepiece also drives a date function for the first time. An authentic call to adventure, this creation delivers a 70-hour power reserve. The choice of wristbands encompasses a steel bracelet, or an aged leather or hand-woven khaki strap.
With its pink gold case, this collector’s item pays vibrant homage to the famous Italian Mille Miglia car rally. This natural-born sports model flaunts a number of nods to the vintage race that has been perpetuated for 90 years. The pure white dial with its sensual curves is punctuated by snailed dials, a tachymeter scale as well as elegant finishing. This COSC-certified timepiece housing L.U.C Calibre 03.07-L also bears the Poinçon de Genève quality hallmark.
With its self-winding chronograph movement, its 24-hour dual-time display and its rotating high-tech ceramic bezel serving to read off a likewise 24-hour third timezone display, the Chronoliner has asserted itself as the authentic flight captain’s watch. Powered by COSC-certified in-house Calibre B04, this model is distinguished by its highly functional GMT system. The stainless steel case, blue bezel and dial, along with the Aero Classic rubber strap, combine to accentuate the exclusive nature of this model.
For the first time, Cartier is associating the aesthetic of its mysterious movement with one of the most demanding complications, the minute repeater. At the heart of the Rotonde beats Calibre 9407 MC. The flying tourbillon appears to be entirely suspended in mid-air and the the optical illusion is heightened by the sapphire disc on which it is placed and which performs one rotation every five minutes. The visual impact of the mysterious double tourbillon is magnified by the animation provided by the minute repeater hammers at 6 o’clock.
This mischievous and feminine model with its unique charm brings a fanciful touch to the wrist. Its 34 mm steel case frames a black dial adorned with multi-coloured flowers serving as hour-markers. The unique and unexpected characteristic of this watch strikes a playful note: every evening at midnight, the centre of each flower changes colour and reveals a surprising palette of shades. A black leather strap adorned with flowers and cone-shaped studs complements the relaxed style of this Momento Flowerland.
Launched in 2013, Jade was the first model to beat to the rhythm of Calibre UN-310, specially designed for women. Functions can be adjusted by simply rotating the crown, with no need to pull it out. The collection is now enriched by the maritime-inspired Lionfisch. Its cloisonné enamel dial epitomises the magic of colours applied with a brush to the various cells. The radiance of this work of art is enhanced by the 56 diamonds set on the bezel.
In tribute to the elegant Riva boats much in vogue in high society during the 1920s, this timepiece comes in two refined and sophisticated versions. On the finely guilloché dial, punctuated by applied luminescent hour-markers, hours, minutes and seconds are smoothly complemented by the GMT function. The silver-toned version, embellished with a blue hand, is fitted with a matching strap, while the anthracite grey interpretation comes with a light brown leather band.
This model displays the 24 time zones of the planet in a new white gold version, featuring a hand-guilloché grey-blue dial. This delicate shade, lit up by the sparkle of diamonds, is picked up on the city disk and the alligator strap. Local time is displayed by hands at the dial centre, while the name of the associated city appears above the small red arrow at noon. The time in the 23 other time zones can be read off at a glance on the 24-hour disc.
Worn like a ray of sunlight, this 41 mm timepiece announces the onset of spring. With its dazzling purity, it adds a gentle touch to the wrist. The gilded indexes scattered over the time display echo the sun-brushed dial. The resulting luminous reflections are visually fascinating, as if they were announcing the arrival of fine weather. At 8 o’clock, a discreet opening revealing the very heart of the model, imparts a light touch to the whole watch. Fitted with a silicon strap, this model makes a fine addition to any stylish outfit.
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