To celebrate the art of watchmaking and showcase the newest releases from coveted watch brands the Watches and Wonders Summit is back in full swing this year. From March 27th to April 2nd in Geneva, Switzerland the luxury watch summit is where watch aficionados can go to find innovative novel watch designs with creative features, shapes, and styles. This year’s standout timepieces are thoughtfully designed and crafted with diverse styles ranging from sporty to futuristic. We have compiled five of our favourite women’s watches from this year’s showcase that display elegance, creativity, and innovation.
Inspired by the world of space, science fiction, and time travel, CHANEL’s Interstellar capsule collection is out of this world. The contrast between the soft matte black of the dial and band combined with the pixilated diamond motif on this cybernetic watch makes it truly one-of-a-kind.
Chopard’s new Happy Sport duo comes in two new daring colours: fresh mint green and rich purple. Crafted with Ethical 18-carat rose gold and Lucent steel, it perfectly captures the spirit of the classic women’s sport watch.
The Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day Date 36 is a creative new take on their classic Day Date watch from 1956 that was the first calendar wristwatch to display the day of the week spelled in full. For this iteration of their classic watch, they replaced the weekday and date with daily emotions such as love, happiness, and faith, alongside one of 31 possible emojis.
A modern take on Art Deco, Jaeger LeCoultre’s new Reverso One Pressious Color comes in two eye-catching colours with a geometric pattern on the back of the reversible dial. The two colours use 18-carat white gold and 18-carat pink gold, utilizing tasteful diamonds in their geometric designs.
The Tudor Royal watch is sleek and sophisticated, and now comes in two new dial colours salmon and chocolate brown. The new iterations expand on the beloved royal range and include their classic integrated metal bracelet and notched or diamond set bezel on their satin-finished mother-of-pearl dials.