(Vacheron Constantin’s Calibre 1142 for its women’s Harmony Chronograph)
This year’s SIHH definitely seemed to be about putting interesting complications in women’s watches. Yes, there was a smattering of moonphases and other celestial elements more associated with female timepieces, but alongside that there were chronographs, something that is usually only seen in a man’s watch.
So to celebrate this we decided to round up our top ten women’s watches with complications in that are both new this year and past classics.
From Chaumet’s Hortensia, which represents the time with the movement of a flower and its petals to Cartier’s jewel-encrusted feline rotor on the outside of the dial, these are watches that are unashamedly feminine but also have some serious horological clout.
Breguet Reine de Naples WatchRRP: £24,300
Available from: The Watch Gallery
Jaquet Droz Grande Heure Onyx WatchRRP: £POA
Available from: Jaquet Droz
Blancpain Chronograph Flyback Grande Date WatchRRP: £15,240
Available from: Blancpain
Chaumet Hortensia WatchRRP: £POA
Available from: Chaumet
DeLaneau Dome Tourbillon Full Moon WatchRRP: £POA
Available from: DeLaneau
Audemars Piguet Millenary Minute Repeater WatchRRP: £POA
Available from: Audemars Piguet
Vacheron Constantin Harmony Chronograph WatchRRP: £50,550
Available from: Vacheron Constantin
Jaeger-LeCoultre Ivy Minute Repeater WatchRRP: £POA
Available from: Jaeger-LeCoultre
Cartier Feline Rotor WatchRRP: £148,000
Available from: Cartier
Patek Philippe Annual Calendar WatchRRP: £POA
Available from: Watches of Switzerland