Classic or innovative, understated or bold — these new and trending timepieces cover it all.

ROLEX Oyster Perpetual Sky-Dweller

This striking piece from Rolex comes in 18 CT yellow gold and features a black dial with a second-time zone display on an off-centre disc. While the watch has a very pleasing aesthetic, there’s much more to it than its looks — its rotatable Ring Command bezel, with which its functions are set, is highly innovative and unique to Rolex. 


OMEGA Seamaster Diver Black Black

Black dominates on this piece from Omega — the case, bezel, wave-pattern dial, crown and helium escape valve all share the same black ceramic material for a striking and sculptural look. The strap, made of black rubber and featuring a black ceramic buckle, complete the uniform style. The design, however, does not compromise on visibility — anthracite Super-LumiNova has been used on the diving scale, PVD indexes, skeleton hands and dot at 12H. 


PANERAI Luminor Luna Rossa

Panerai’s Luminor Luna Ross is inspired by the 36th America’s Cup and is a celebration of the world-famous yachting contest that first took place in 1851. The piece reflects the brand’s seafaring heritage, and while functional and robust, it is beautifully designed with rich texture and detail. With a 44mm case and a dark grey dial, the watch also has GMT functionality.  


IWC Tribute to 3705

The IWC Tribute to 3705 is a limited edition piece that pays homage to the Ceramic Fliegerchronograph (ref. 3705) of 1994. Ref. 3705 was the first black ceramic pilot’s watch from IWC, and the new tribute design features many of the original elements with a modern twist. The case, chronograph pushers and pin buckle are all made from light and robust Ceratanium, which is scratch-resistant. The watch is available in a limited run of just 1000 pieces.  


BREITLING Top Time Deus Limited Edition

This limited edition from Breitling was co-designed with Australian lifestyle brand Deus Ex Machina, a custom motorcycle and surf outfitter. The piece pays homage to Breitling’s original 1960s watch and is a tribute to the nomadic spirit. It features yellow and orange details, a lightning-bolt-shaped chronograph hand and a retro-inspired engraving of a motorcyclist on the case back.  


TUDOR Black Bay Fifty-Eight

The Black Bay Fifty-Eight from Tudor features a steel case with a polished and satin finish. The unidirectional rotatable bezel boasts a 60-minute graduated disc in matt blue anodised aluminium and silver gilded markings and numerals. The piece is specially designed to fit slim wrists, as well as vintage enthusiasts who appreciate the proportions of the brand’s first divers’ watches in the 1950s.  


BELL & ROSS BR 03-92 Diver Red Bronze

The latest addition to the Bell & Ross collection of square watches is a piece to behold. Red and bronze work together to create a bold aesthetic, which works beautifully with the unique square case. The timepiece is certified with 300 metres of water resistance and features a unidirectional rotating bezel in bronze alloy with a red anodised aluminium ring and red-lacquered dial.  


LONGINES Avigation BigEye

The Longines Avigation BigEye is one of the brand’s Heritage models and pays tribute to the pioneering spirit that has always been a source of inspiration for the company’s designs. The case features scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with multiple layers of anti-reflective coating on the underside, while the strap is available in a very classic brown leather.  


TAG HEUER Carrera Porsche Chronograph Special Edition

A collaboration between two distinctive brands, this limited edition watch features a sporty design, bold red highlights and a Porsche inscription. The dial has an asphalt-inspired effect to express a passion for the road, while the Arabic numerals are a nod to the numbers on a Porsche’s dashboard. The watch has an impressive 80-hour power reserve, as well as a Heuer 02 manufacture movement.