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The latest update of the iconic Patek Philippe has been unveiled with a new dial and some time zone designations replaced. The outstanding feature is the dial with a guilloche pattern inspired by flinque enameling effects. It comes in white gold (pictured) or rose gold Calatrava case.
For this year, the Hora Mundi has simpler aesthetics. The previous global continents has now been removed and replaced with a Clous de Paris guilloche centre dial. Other than that it is exactly the same as the original launched 4 years ago, and yet it looks different, more contemporary and less fussy.
The classic and super elegant 1966 is given a new treatment using the traditional art of revealing the marvels of the watch automatic movement beneath via a skeleton bridge, encased in a pink gold case. The components are hand polished and complimented with pink gold indexes and hands.
This Blancpain classic has just been given a nifty update. A quick glance reveals nothing but a simple stainless steel watch, but it comes with an annual calendar for you to tell the time and date in the most discreet manner. That’s not all, it includes a second time zone.
The collaboration between the two brands couldn’t be better matched. They truly represent Hublot’s motto, "The Art of Fusion," by injecting elements both brands excel at, with Belluti providing the classic element and Hublot supplying forward technology and modernity.
Last we saw the award winning Slim d’Hermes unveiled to the world with great success with the watchmakers and also the market. This year they introduced the enamel dial, subtle difference but ultimately more luxury.
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Details remain light, but this surprise limited edition sounds intriguing.
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