This Week in Watches features Tissot, Parmigiana Fleurier, DeWitt, Pierre DeRoche and Hublot.
Tissot was joined by NASCAR’s Danica Patrick this week at its Wall Street boutique to celebrate the launch the new Tissot PRS 516 watch collection, which features an all-new automatic movement for Tissot, the ETA A05.H31. The new collection offers such racing-inspired details as pushers that resemble the pistons of a car engine. The stainless steel watch (with or without black PVD coating) comes on a steel bracelet or a leather strap.
Price: Price Upon Request
Parmigiani is unveiling a special edition of the Tonda 1950 in partnership with the boutique colette in Paris. The white gold watches, each inspired by the boutique and artist André Saraiva, comprise eleven one-of-a-kind watches. They showcase the words New York, Paris or Love on the dial in a colorful display that evokes graffiti art. The leather straps add an additional dimension, crafted from such exotic materials as boa, ostrich and galuchat.
Price: 19,900 EUR to 23,300 EUR
This architectural beauty is a visual feast for the eyes. The mesmerizing in-house DeWitt caliber DW8028s features the fine hand finishes of haute horology, from the rotating tourbillon at 6 o’clock and the barrel visible at 12 o’clock down to the miniature screws. This manual-wind watch powering the hours and minutes is complete with 72 hours of power reserve, 44° angle escapement and a variable-inertia balance all housed in a 43mm case made of white gold with 48 imperial columns along the edge.
This is a classic timepiece designed for a lady’s wrist with its slender case and clean lines. The natural, blue-tinted mother-of-pearl dial elegantly displays the hours, minutes and seconds with a combination of Roman numerals and markers, in addition to the date and power reserve indicator. This automatic watch arrives in a 40 mm steel case with a sapphire caseback to view the decorated and engraved rotor. Looking to add a little sparkle? The watch is also offered with 60 round diamonds set along the bezel.
Price: $7,640 as shown above and $11,880 with diamond bezel
In the second year of partnership as the Official Timekeeper of the Dallas Cowboys, Hublot unveiled the Big Bang Dallas Cowboys at a charity event benefitting the Warrior Family Network. This event also kicked off the celebration of the Big Bang’s 10th anniversary, which will continue through the end of the year with celebrations in Miami, New York and San Francisco. The new collection pays tribute to the team’s five Super Bowl Championships with the Dallas Cowboys star at 5 o’clock. It is offered in a limited edition of 50 watches in stainless steel and 25 in King Gold, both with the number of the edition engraved on the caseback. The Big Bang Dallas Cowboys timepiece is exclusively available at the Hublot Dallas Boutique at NorthPark Center.
Price: $19,400 in stainless steel and $38,500 in King Gold