Audemars Piguet debuted CODE 11.59, a collection of timepieces made to challenge, own, dare, and evolve. Available in 13 different models, the Code 11.59 features an ergonomic arched back (making the 41 mm case comfortable for both men and women), glare proofed sapphire crystal, and a several color combinations. There’s a navy face and strap with white gold case and details, and a black face and strap with pink gold case and details. The models include self-winding, self-winding flying tourbillon, tourbillon open-worked, self-winding chronograph, perpetual calendar, and the minute repeater supersonnerie.
Appearing good enough to eat, Richard Mille’s Bonbon Collection is composed of 10 delectable acid-bright pieces of wrist candy in two suites. Comprised of the Cupcake, Marshmallow, Sucette, and Réglisse watches, The Sweets line features a mastery of enamel work that evokes textures like softness, fluffiness, and crunchiness. In The Fruit line, flavor combinations like lemon and strawberry and blueberry and litchi come to life through color-gradient cases made of Carbon TPT and Quartz TPT and are topped with a sugar coating achieved by mixing powdered enamel and fine sand. One of our favorites would have to be the Marshmallow timepiece, which features a white band and case surrounding a dial bearing a tasty looking swirl of pink, yellow, and green.
Equal parts art and craftsmanship, Greubel Forsey introduced the Art Piece Edition Historique. The watch features an avant-garde aesthetic completed with a Double Tourbillon 30°, which is visible against a royal blue background within its three-dimensional 44mm enclosure. On the backside the words “art of invention” are inscribed, along with Forsey’s signature, and a rear view of the Double Tourbillon 30°. A limited edition of 33 pieces, the first 11 will be made in platinum, while the remaining 22 are to be composed of different materials.
Montblanc released two iterations of the new TimeWalker watch: the TimeWalker Manufacture Chronograph and the TimeWalker Automatic Chronograph 41mm. Both featuring a reversed “Panda” dial and mechanical movement with automatic winding, a chronograph, and date, the watches bear a modern, sporty aesthetic with a classic twist. While the Manufacture Chronograph’s 43mm case is set against a perforated brown calf leather strap, the Automatic Chronograph 41mm includes a perforated black rubber strap with a stainless steel pin buckle.