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July 2019

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These feminine watches dress the wrist eye-catchingly in chic athleisure style, while their robust metal bracelets can cope with every aspect of an active woman's life.

Rolex | Technical.
Exhibiting exciting new faces, as in this yellow-gold version with a concentric green gradient dial, the Oyster Perpetual Day-Date 36 is powered for the first time by the 3255 calibre, a state-of-the-art movement.

Harry Winston | Fascinating.
The Ocean collection that celebrated its 20th anniversary last year includes Ocean Biretrograde Automatic 36mm models with dials of burgundy or blue mother-of-pearl. These technically sophisticated gems incorporate fascinating complications such as retrograde days and seconds displays.

Chaumet | Second skin.
Completing its Boléro jewellery collection, Chaumet brings us a "ready-to-wear" watch in an ageless design: smooth round case, utterly simple dial and a gold mesh bracelet like a second skin.

Patek Philippe | Iconic.
For 2019 the legendary Ladies Nautilus driven by the self-winding 324 S C calibre, seen through the sapphire-crystal caseback, is offered in two new pink-gold models with plain bezels and a choice of two opaline dials, one silvery, the other golden.

Par Julie de los Rios


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