Sophisticated horological complications find their place on ladies’ watches, thereby lending a more technical touch to the customary elegance of these models. In black & white or colorful interpretations, appearing on animalthemed, floral or plain dials, brands effectively showcase their expertise through such refined technical feats. These timepieces intended for women and equipped with a perpetual calendar, tourbillon or other complication have no cause to blush when compared with men’s watches – quite the opposite !
Quantième Annuel réf. 4947 (or gris)
As its name suggests, this 2017 release indicates the date, the days and the months, complemented by moon phases, in an exquisitely feminine interpretation featuring a double vertical and horizontal satin finish reminiscent of wild shantung silk.
Grande Seconde Tourbillon (Mother-of-Pearl)
A reinterpretation of the Grande Seconde model created in the Age of Enlightenment, this model with its mother-of-pearl dial is graced with blue hours and minutes hands sweeping over Roman numerals, and a tourbillon indicating the seconds.
MasterGraff Floral Tourbillon (Pink Mother-of-Pearl)
Equipped with a tourbillon caliber specially designed for a feminine model, this timepiece indicates the hours and minutes by means of rounded hands gliding over gently spinning handpainted white gold flowers.
Lady Compliquée Peacock Black
Winner of the “Ladies’ High- Mech” prize in the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève 2015, the peacock return in a black and white version indicating the minutes on its feathers when its tail is unfurled, while the hour displayed on a rotating disk corresponds to the numeral facing the crown.