The Carrera Lady's new design shines across this 36mm collection, with bold colours and maximum readability. Powered by mechanical or quartz movements, they bring distinction and performance.
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The change is real. Progressively, increasingly, ladies are acquiring their own watches, often with a mechanical movement. An irreversible trend explained by Nathalie Célia Koch-Chevalier, General Manager of Bucherer France, hired in 2012 to open the Paris operation, the largest watch and jewellery store in Europe.
Exhibitors at Baselworld remembered that women watch buyers aren't to be overlooked. Even so, only a few made a noticeable effort to introduce originality into collections, resulting in a rather predictable crop of new releases overall.
It was a great year all round at SIHH, and a banner year for ladies’ watches. New complications, purpose-built movements, new materials and virtuoso gem-setting rendered ladies’ watches from the show’s Maisons as technically impressive as men’s watches this year, and as aesthetically impressive as ever.
Day 1 of SIHH 2019 showed that the anticipation for the show was warranted. Check out what people on social media were talking about at Day 2 of the fair.
What will we wear in 2019? Cuff watches, tourbillons, dials set with miniature paintings, skeleton movements, shaped cases… We put a spotlight on the ladies’ watches revealed during the 29th Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie.
After a glamorous opening ceremony on Sunday, a much-anticipated edition of SIHH is finally upon us. Check out what people on social media were talking about at Day 1 of SIHH 2019.
Swiss watchmakers have hit on the perfect formula for ladies’ watches. The best new models of 2018 all have four things in common: they are wearable, they are reasonably accessible, all have automatic mechanical movements, and they are mostly divested of the bells and whistles that make some ladies’ watches either inappropriate for everyday wear or exorbitantly expensive.
Women’s watches not only figured prominently in the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève, they are becoming more impressive every year: a sign that Swiss watchmakers are taking female patrons seriously.