The second instalment of the awards, which are dedicated to recognising ladies’ watches, took place in Berkeley Square in London this morning.
The industry gathered to raise a glass to the great and good operating within the women’s watch sector with 18 victors walking away with the gongs.
Larissa Trew, publisher of Eve’s Watch’s, explains the inspiration behind the Awards and why they’re so important: “It comes from the same reason behind us starting Eve’s Watch – no one was celebrating women’s watches. There have been so many incredible launches over the last few years, with brands really upping their game in terms of offering women timepieces but no one was standing up and shouting about this. So, once again, it was down to us to take up the mantel.”
A full list of winners can be found below.
Best High Jewellery: Dior, Grand Soir Botanic
Best Fashion Watch: Gucci, Le Marchè des Merveilles Snake watch
Best Design: Chanel Première Camélia Skeleton
Best Design (under £2,000): Klokers Klock-01-Klink-01
Best Sports Watch: Omega Speedmaster
Best Complication: Urwerk UR-106 Flower Power
Collector’s Choice: Rolex Yacht-master II (aka the Tutti Frutti)
Best Innovation: Moritz Grossmann Tefnut Twist (classic)
Best Newcomer: Sekford
The Buyer’s Choice: Rolex
The Buyer’s Choice (under £2,000): Gucci
Watch of the Year: Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Frosted Gold
Watch of the Year (under £2,000): Rado True Thinline in green ceramic
Brand of the Year: Chanel
Brand of the Year (core collection under £2,000): Gucci
Popular Choice: Tag Heuer
Popular Choice (under £2,000): Michael Kors
Woman of the Year: Aurélie Picaud
To download the digital edition of Eve’s Watch magazine, with in-depth coverage of the awards, click here.