HUBLOT This Big Bang Unico Haute Joaillerie watch is one of three models that were introduced by Hublot to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the brand’s signature model. This stunning watch is set with 653 baguette diamonds using three complex setting techniques: invisible setting, Clou de Paris setting and rail setting. The watch is driven by a HUB 1242 Unico automatic movement and is also available in versions with black diamonds, diamonds and blue sapphires and diamonds and rubies.
BULGARI Next to the iconic Serpenti line, the Lvcea line has become another beloved signature collection for Bulgari. Since its introduction in 2014 many models have been released of which this edition is one of the most remarkable. The 33 mm white-gold case and bracelet are set with brilliant-cut diamonds, while the dial is set with full pavé diamonds. The watch has a calibre B77 mechanical self-winding movement.
LOUIS VUITTON Under the artistic direction of Nicolas Ghesquière, the V-shaped chevron pattern became a leitmotif of the Louis Vuitton Summer 2015 ready-to-wear collection. The V-motif also returns in this Chevron jewellery watch where it’s hand painted on the dial in black amidst a setting of 222 diamonds. The bezel of the 30 mm white gold case is set with 46 diamonds and houses a quartz movement.
CHOPARD With this L’Heure du Diamant watch Chopard again shows its expertise in the domain of Haute Joaillerie. The white gold case and bracelet are fully set with brilliant-cut diamonds, while the crown is set with a briolette-cut diamond. Under the refined silvered guilloché dial featuring indexes set with diamonds houses a quartz movement.