Hublot introduced us to the Classic Fusion Aerofusion Chronograph Orlinski Red Magic, a timepiece inspired by artist Richard Orlinski’s sculptuure, Born Wild Crocodile. Sure to make a statement as both an eye-catching piece of art and a finely crafted watch, the Orlinski Red Magic has been imagined in a wild red ceramic case (a new feat the brand unveiled at Baselworld last year) with a sculptural design that mimics Orlinski’s work. The 45mm case watch is limited to 200 pieces, features the HUB1155 self-winding mechanical chronograph movement, and a red rubber strap with a black coated stainless-steel buckle clasp.
Along with the release of HYT’s new Ho timepiece, comes the query, “If diamonds are forever, then how long is forever?” With a dial covered in more than 1200 snow-set diamonds, the 48.8 mm case watch features HYT’s exclusive micro-fluidic module, a mechanical movement with manual winding, and complementing red details and a matching alligator strap. While the futuristic design of the watch face is encased in a dome of sapphire crystal, the sparkling stones appear as though their surface is permanently glistening with dew, reminding us that time—and therefore life—is constantly in motion.