The year’s continual increase in the number of COVID-19 cases does not deter fans of dazzling, colorful, and shamelessly opulent timepieces. Despite the global pandemic, watchmakers continue to strive for the watch industry’s primary event, where the latest models are displayed; the major surprise was show-stopping jeweled, delicate, and super-luxe watches. But don’t be misled by their beautiful appearance; many of these timepieces were powered by high-performance and excellent mechanical movements. These are the kinds of investment items that you won’t find everywhere because the majority of the new releases are limited editions. If you don’t get your desired model, these watches are still fun fantasizing over. Check this out now while they’re still available in their official store.
- Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day-Date 36
The latest Rolex Day-Date 36 is encrusted with diamonds and is available in a variety of opulent, brilliant colors. These glittering emblematic gold watches are not for the faint of heart: each watch comes with a corresponding alligator strap and is fixed with hand-painted Roman numerals in vibrant turquoise, coral, or burgundy enamel, 356 brilliant-cut diamonds around the bezel and case, and 450 diamonds on the dial. The limited-edition versions are designed for special order, with the sole decision being which color to go with.
- Gucci Grip
Gucci, which is celebrating its centennial year, is the new design business to take significant interest in high watchmaking and jewelry. The latest package contains the sorts of imaginative jeweled clocks and sophisticated mechanics that one would anticipate from the legacy houses, but it also pays homage to Gucci’s high-spirited attitude. The Gucci Grip, a vintage-inspired watch originally manufactured with a quartz movement but enhanced this year is adorned with 44 baguette-cut diamonds with a mechanical movement encased in a gold and malachite case with a matching emerald-green alligator strap, is an excellent example.
- Piaget Limelight Gala Watch
Piaget presented six new special edition Limelight Gala timepieces in the essence of the 1970s’ vivid gold period. The super-luxe edition is distinguished by a gem-studded bezel adorned with green tsavorites and a rainbow of sapphires and a hand-engraved gold bracelet. Don’t be deceived by the lovely smooth gold band; this wristwatch is much more than a gorgeous gem; it is controlled by Piaget’s automatic Calibre 501P1 movement which is amazingly outstanding.
- Hermès Faubourg Polka
The delicate Faubourg has an attractive diamond bracelet and a 15.5 mm case comprised of linked dots and oblique lines. It combines excellent jewelry and timepieces from the brand with an intellectually and aesthetically whimsical rendition of a diamond bracelet wristwatch.
- Jaeger-LeCoultre Rare Handcrafts
The Reverso has been used as a canvas for individual creation since it was initially produced 9 decades previously. This year’s four new limited-edition versions demonstrate the extraordinary workmanship, elegance, and compassion that all condense on a particular line the size of a postage stamp. The rose-gold Pink Arums version is adorned with diamond foliage and enameled flowers in graduated colors of sumptuous and glossy pink, a procedure that necessitates numerous layers of enamel and fire. It’s a work of wrist artistry.
- Vacheron Constantin Égérie
Vacheron’s new Égérie (muse) line is inspired by the exquisite folds of a female dress, in the tradition of haute couture. It is represented by diamond circles around the date window, the bezel, and the case and 547 diamonds on the dial. This gleaming clock is incredibly sophisticated and exquisite.
- Chopard Haute Joaillerie
If you like Chopard’s Happy Diamonds whirling around the dial, you’ll like the great high jewelry clocks with five dancing diamonds in an attractive case crowned with a tiara of marquise-cut pink or blue sapphires on complementing satin straps.
- Bulgari Hypnotic Serpenti Misteriosi Cleopatra
Bulgari’s creative ability is on display in this insanely incredible high jewelry cuff: a tiny diamond-covered wristwatch dial is hidden underneath a hexagonal-cut transparent rubellite stone and a rainbow of colored precision-cut diamonds and gemstones are placed in a wide cuff that wraps around the wrist. With this striking cuff, however, it’s easy to lose track of the moment.
- Patek Philippe Nautilus
The recently revamped Patek Nautilus 5711 is already a top contender among watch collectors. It has the iconic Nautilus marks, but it has been modernized with a stunning sunburst olive-green dial in a stainless-steel case that is highlighted with 32 absolutely immaculate Top Wesselton baguette-cut diamonds. This exquisite sports edition ushers in a new era for the renowned Nautilus with a self-winding caliber viewable through a sapphire case-back.
- Chanel Première Electro
In the updated Electro edition, Chanel’s feminine Première adds a splash of brilliant color. This limited-edition wristwatch has a sleek black lacquer dial and Chanel’s distinctive octagonal-shaped steel case, and it becomes electrifying with a chain-link strap and triple-wrap rainbow leather. It is a vintage Chanel with a modern twist.
- Cartier Panthère Songeuse
Cartier’s iconic panther appears atop a jeweled clock. The diamond-covered panther, with sapphire and black lacquer patches and emerald eyes composed of diamond ribbons and champlevé enamel, is coiled around the watch’s case and leans over the dial. Hundreds of hours were spent by artisans blanketing the gold watch with 734 brilliant-cut diamonds and painstakingly applying the enamel, which was then burned multiple times to obtain beautiful shades of blue. It is produced in a limited edition of 30 numbered units.
- Bvlgari Serpenti Tubogas Rose Gold
Who hasn’t marveled at the legendary Serpenti timepiece? This, however, with rose gold, brown porcelain, and diamonds, is a true show stopper. It has a Quartz movement, a curved brown ceramic case, an 18K rose gold bezel and crown set with brilliant-cut diamonds, and a cabochon-cut ceramic element. It also boasts a stunning brown lacquered finished dial with Roman numeral and bar hour markers, as well as a single-spiral brown ceramic band.
- Shinola Vinton Watch
Minimal and basic, yet the rose gold adds a pop of color. This watch features a 32 mm stainless steel case with a mineral crystal, a white dial with a date display at 3 o’clock, 5-ATM water resistance, a 3-link bracelet with a fold-over buckle, and a Quartz movement.
Women who wear watches signal crucial priorities softly. For one aspect, it shows that you respect your time. It can also reveal your goals in terms of style, refinement, and self-expression. All of these things can be quite appealing to others, especially if they match your values.