This year’s Saint Valentine’s Day watch from Blancpain is a beauty. The watch offers a host of subtle, and sometimes secret, Valentine touches, including Cupid’s arrow with a heart through it as the seconds hand.
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While we are all about luxury, we know that today’s millennials an up-and-comer shoppers don’t have tens of thousands to plunk down on a watch — yet. But they do have fashion sense and style icons and it is never a bad idea to think about wearing a watch to accessorize your wardrobe. That said, ladies, we bring you five top affordable (under $300) watches that most likely will have you swiping your card.
More than three years in the making, this Van Cleef & Arpels Lady Arpels Papillion Automate wrist watch brings the beauty of nature — and the glory of automatons — to the wrist.
Movado Group, which produces Movado watches, as well as Tommy Hilfiger, Coach, and many other fashion brands, acquires Olivia Burton line of watches and jewelry. Find out its plans for the brand.
Unveiled late last year but continuing to make a splash in women’ watches, the Ferragamo Cuore watch collection embraces the idea of love, and even has a beating heart on its dial to prove it. Each watch features an off-set subdial where the hours and minutes are read, and a heart motif — that moves.
Women, if you are looking for feminine and exquisite with great European flair, the newest Versace Palazzo Empire watches with Versace icon are bound to satisfy the thirst. Part of the brand’s Spring/Summer 2017 Catwalk, the watches features three-dimensional Medusa heads (the brand’s icon) on the center of the dial — seemingly floating about the dial and positioned between two crystals.
Those familiar with Tiffany & Co. know that the brand annually unveils its Blue Book– one-of-a-kind and unique pieces of jewelry and watches bedecked in gemstones and sporting a key theme. This year, the brand continues in its “The Art of the Wild” with a motif focusing on insects, birds, trees and flowers.