This season, men’s watches play to the tune of man’s best adventures and keep time with his style evolutions—whether it be precious metal accents, straps in luxurious materials, or, of course, split-second-synched mechanical innovations, because no one wants to be late, unless intentionally and incredibly stylishly so.
The metal of the season, a touch of rose gold is all it takes to transform a watch from mere mortal-style to godly status. There’s Rolex’s Oyster Perpetual Day-Date ($35,550), a classic luxury watch in gold and accompanied with a jeweled face and fluted bezel.
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Bulgari’s Astrale watch: 18k white gold case, with 92 brilliant cut and pave diamonds, Technological satin strap, White dial, Quartz movement, $26,500.
Van Cleef & Arpels Décolleté timepiece with 11.48 total carat weight on 18k white gold, $198,000.
Harry Winston Ultimate Ribbon Watch, 18k white gold and 9.4 carats of Read More
Ronald Winston, son of the founder of the eponymous Harry Winston jewelers, has sold the firm’s flagship building at 718 Fifth Avenue for $62 million, according to city records.
Paramount Group, which made the purchase, is apparently on a shopping spree that would make even Harry proud. Albert Behler’s Paramount is apparently Read More