In 18 carat white gold and titanium ceramic, Chanel‘s new J12 Moonphase Chromatic Haute Joaillerie 38mm features 554 baguette-cut diamonds, and an aventurine lunar phase dial. With a self-winding mechanical movement and a 42 hours power reserve, the piece is water-resistant up to 50m, with hour, minute, date and moonphase counters.
The 37.5mm white gold Rendez-Vous Celestial by Jaeger-LeCoultre features an automatic movement, 43 hour power reserve on an alligator skin strap. Hour, minute and Rendez-Vous dial with a night sky map that turns, almost imperceptibly, every day.
Hermès‘ 38 mm Arceau Petite Lune watch in steel with automatic winding, 42-hour power reserve, white mother of pearl dial, stages of the moon design on a blue background, platinum numbering and indigo alligator matte bracelet.
Van Cleef & Arpels‘ Midnight in Paris watch in white gold with aventurine glass and meteorite design dial. Features season calendar, mechanical caliber and an alligator bracelet.
Glashütte’s 40mm PanoLunar Tourbillon watch with mechanical 93-01caliber, automatic winding and 48-hour power reserve.
Slimlight Moonphase 42mm stainless steel watch by Frédérique Constant. Automatic movement with date and moonphase dials, on a lack alligator leather strap.
The Patek Philippe 3 mm white gold watch, with self-winding mechanical movement features annual calendar, day and month hand and moonphase dial. Waterproof up to 30 meters.
Zenith Heritage Star moonphase steel watch, with diamonds and leather strap.
The steel Speedmaster Moonwatch moonphase watch by Omega features manual wind chronograph movement, the Omega 1866 caliber and a 48-hour power reserve.
Woke up to this on my chanel app. Amazing. Great Post!
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Beautiful and expensive watches to drool over! (if you love a quality watch like I do) 😉
I must say that the simple, slim-design, automatic watch is—once again—gathering attention. It just never goes out of style. Glad you posted a Frederique Constant watch as that brand often gets confused if not overshadowed by Vacheron Constantin…