Time check: New watches from Bovet, Vacheron Constantin and Jaeger-LeCoultre
For him and her
Three luxury watchmakers – Vacheron Constantin, Bovet and Jaeger-LeCoultre – have released a host of must-have timepieces. From new editions, new colours and new colour tones to new technical features and artisanal techniques, these are the watches that are worth your time...
Bovet's Chateau de Motiers watch
To celebrate its 195th anniversary, Bovet has unveiled a new Chateau de Motiers timepiece created in part through a brand new innovation that fuses the highly-skilled nature of miniature painting with the intricacy of adding a luminscent layer. The result is an illuminated dial featuring a butterfly that retains its stunning vibrancy during the day or night. To add further sparkle to the ladies watch, 109 round-cut diamonds encircle the bezel and the bow.
For more information on Bovet's Chateau de Motiers watch, visit bovet.com.
Jaeger-LeCoultre's Atelier Reverso watch
After introducing five new colours to the men's Atelier Reverso watch collection in 2016, Jaeger-LeCoultre adds three more tones to the stone dials this year: electric blue, military green and warm amber, made from the tiger's eye stone. Along with the interchangeable strap, the fashion combinations are endless.
For more information on the Jaeger-LeCoultre Atelier Reverso men's watch, visit jaeger-lecoultre.com.
Vacheron Constantin Overseas all-steel watch
The Vacheron Constantin Overseas watch collection welcomes two new steel editions that feature more gender-specific coloured dials: blue and rosy beige. The juxtaposition of colours between bracelet and dial offers understated sophistication while the elegant simplicity of the face is punctured only by the small second hands sub-dial at the 9 o'clock position. The tool-free interchangeable strap mechanism – rubber and alligator leather straps are also available – allows for the timepiece to be suited to any occasion.
For more information on the Vacheron Constantin Overseas watch, visit vacheron-constantin.com. Now, discover Montblanc and UNICEF's philanthropic collection.