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Sunday 27 May 2018
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WOMEN’S WATCHES OF THE YEAR: Winner: Gucci Timeless
Gucci presented the boldest collection of women’s watches of any major brand at Baselworld this year.
WOMEN’S WATCHES OF THE YEAR: Victorinox I.N.O.X. V
Nothing has been compromised in the creation of the range, and no female fripperies like crystals or diamonds have been added.
WOMEN’S WATCHES OF THE YEAR: Olivia Burton Marble & Floral
London brand backs up incredible business year with stunning AW17 collection.
WOMEN’S WATCHES OF THE YEAR: Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Quartz
The Royal Oak Quartz jewelled watch directs its energy into exquisite styling using diamonds across the watch face.
WOMEN’S WATCHES OF THE YEAR: Jaeger-LeCoultre Rendez-Vous Automatic
At the heart of every Rendez-Vous timepiece is an automatic movement beating behind the watch’s beautiful dial.
WOMEN’S WATCHES OF THE YEAR: Anne Klein Signature
The crystal studded dial with rose gold-coloured Roman numeral markers is classical but fun.
WOMEN’S WATCHES OF THE YEAR: IWC Da Vinci Automatic Moon Phase
Da Vinci was the big launch for IWC at SIHH, with the entire exhibition stand seemingly devoted to Renaissance themes.
WOMEN’S WATCHES OF THE YEAR: Chanel Première Camélia Skeleton
On the 30th anniversary of the Première watch, Chanel created a fine bejewelled limited edition named the Première Camélia Skeleton.
WOMEN’S WATCHES OF THE YEAR: Bulova Ladies Rubaiyat
Rubaiyat, Bulova’s first ever ladies watch, was launched back in 1917, so it was inevitably going to be revived in this centenary year.
WOMEN’S WATCHES OF THE YEAR: Liu Jo Luxury Dancing
The fashionable £199 Liu Jo Luxury Dancing is the perfect Christmas party piece.
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