• A. Lange & Söhne Saxonia Ladies

    A. Lange & Söhne’s Saxonia derives from the homeland of the company—Saxony, an independent state located in the heart of Germany. As one of the oldest line of A. Lange & Söhne, the subtlety and heritage of this watch presents a perfect blend of elegance and simplicity. The shape of this watch is classic and sleek, while the overall aesthetic of the collection “echoes the prosperity of the Saxony region during the renowned Baroque period.”

    The Saxonia has been an iconic emblem of A. Lange & Söhne since it made its first debut in 1994. This year, A. Lange & Söhne followed the tradition of Saxonia and adds subtle changes to take this collection to the next logical step in their evolution. With its simple and elegant design, the new Saxonia (Ref. 219.043 and 219.047) has 35mm 18K rose gold or white gold case with pink gold or rhodium gold hands and markers; and a small seconds dial with stop seconds at 6 o’clock position on the white mother of pearl dial. Stop seconds is a complication that allows the timepiece to be set precisely to the second. The watch is powered by A. Lange & Söhne’s manufacture caliber L941.1 which offers mechanical manual-winding movement with impressive 45 hours power reserve when it’s fully wound. The hand stitched white alligator strap matches with the dial and adds elegancy to the watch.


  • Panerai 42mm Submersible

    In 1949 Panerai introduced a new self-luminous substance called Luminor which not only safer than radium-based Radiomir but also more luminous. The evolution from Radiomir to Luminor was completed in the fifties with the invention of the signature crown-protecting device which was patented in Italy in 1955. The patent application for a “Tight Seal Device” was filed by Giuseppe and Maria Giuseppe Panerai. 1993 is a milestone in the history of Panerai, because the brand presented its most iconic Luminor collection to the public. Before then, Panerai watches had only been available to military forces. In 1995, a popular actor Sylvester Stallone noticed Panerai watch and liked it so much that he requested for a special edition to be used during the shooting of the underwater scenes in the movie Daylight. Therefore, Panerai produced the Luminor Submersible, featuring a black dial with small seconds at 9 o’clock and two designations: Luminor Submersible at 12 o’clock and Sly tech (Sly is short for Slyvester) Panerai at 6 o’clock. Later, Stallone requested a new edition with white dial named Daylight. All these watches have the actor’s signature engraved on the watch back.


    Today, Panerai presents the Luminor Submersible 1950 3 Days Automatic with a 42mm stainless steel (Acciaio) or red gold (Oro Rosso) case with black dial and black ceramic disk on the rotating bezel. These are the first Panerai Submersible models with case diameter of 42mm. Supplied with the P9010 automatic caliber, the watch offers a power reserve of three days (72 hours) and water-resistant to a depth of 100 meters (10 bar).


  • Chopard Happy Ocean

    Chopard first introduced the Happy Diamond in 1993, and since then, it has been the most popular ladies watch of Chopard. The floating diamonds that can move freely in the crystal has become the signature of Chopard. They didn’t stop bringing new ideas to the collection when the elegant look has already captured most ladies’ hearts. They integrate the Happy Diamond’s main characteristics to a sporty theme, and that becomes the latest chic-as-you-like women’s watch – Chopard Happy Ocean. It borrows some features of diving watches but are intended more for general use that matches with casual outfits, rather than just specifically for diving. The contrasting color of the watch and the moving diamonds in the sapphire crystal adds fun to the watch. Compare to regular tool watches, it really catches your eyes when you first see it, and it’s much more fashionable than regular diving watches.


    This year, Chopard reinvigorates the iconic Happy Sport collection with the new Happy Ocean. With a 40mm stainless steel case, the watch has a deep blue dial that brings to mind the ocean depths, while the five moving diamonds are like oxygen bubbles in the ocean. The unidirectional rotating bezel with two-tone blue-turquoise or blue-raspberry coloring is inspired by azure blue shades and brightly colored corals. The hour-markers and hour hands with SuperLuminova creates jewels of light, green-emitting on the minute hand and bezel reference dot, and blue-emitting for the hour hand and hour markers. The straps are either in turquoise or raspberry rubber that is not only sand/waterproof, but also matches with the watch case. A navy blue NATO strap is also provided with each watch. The caseback has a wave motif that echoes back to the collection name. Enjoy the nautical adventure with Happy Ocean.


  • Chanel Code Coco

    Chanel has been one of the most desirable brand for most of the ladies because of their chic and one of a kind designs. The French fashion label always thinks outside of the box and amaze their customers whenever they release new pieces. They first entered the watchmaking industry in 1987, with the Premiere collection which had octagonal shapes that mimicked the bird’s eye view of Place Vendome and the fragrance stopper of the brand’s signature No. 5 perfume. Since then, the brand has only launched few new collections: J12 in 2000; Boy Friend in 2015; and Monsieur – the brand’s first watch for men – in 2016. Recently they introduced a new watch collection that can be both a jewelry and a watch – Code Coco. The timepiece is meant to be intriguing with its parts working together to smartly reveal different design elements – much like a code.


    Chanel Code Coco jewelry watch has a very special clasp inspired by the iconic and desirable Chanel 2.55 purse. It shows time when it’s perpendicular to the bracelet and conceals the time to look like a bracelet cuff when parallel to it.  The watch is 38.1 x 21.5 big with stainless steel case and bracelet with black lacquered dial. The quilted motif on the bracelet has been a classic Chanel emblem. Code Coco also comes in diamond bezel to enhance your look.

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  • Hublot Big Bang Ferrari

    In 1980, Carlo Crocco created the first Hublot watch with the first natural black rubber strap in history of watchmaking. Since then, Hublot has been the creativity and inspiration lead in watchmaking industry. The brand is indeed an infant among the centuries-old Swiss giants with which it competes, yet Hublot has such a speedy successful rise that undoubtedly claims its value to the world. In the late 1990s, Jean-Claude Biver joined Hublot and there started a new era. Biver was inspired by Croco’s idea of pairing unusual materials to style watches and extended the art of fusion into its movement, thereby creating the Big Bang, which later became the signature watch of the fusion ideal. In 2011, Hublot collaborated with one of the world’s most renowned carmaker – Ferrari – and proved to be a great success.

    The Big Bang Ferrari Unico is “a veritable fusion between the traditional and the cutting-edge.” Hublot’s in-house developed and manufactured Unico movement is hand-assembled from over 300 individual components. Every detail is meticulously finished and quality control is carried out every step of the assembly process. The Big Bang Ferrari Unico consists of three models with 45mm case in titanium, carbon, and 18K king gold. On each dial there is Ferrari applique which symbolizes the partnership with Ferrari. The UNICO manufacture automatic flyback chronograph movement offers 72 hours power reserve. The titanium version is limited to 1000 pieces, while the carbon version and 18K King Gold version are limited to 500 pieces each around the world. Beautiful pieces to celebrate its 5 year anniversary partnership.


  • Forevermark Tribute to Women

    Each Forevermark diamond is as unique as the woman who wears it. Knowing the importance of women in the society, Forevermark has been taken particular care to ensure the advancement of women by contributing to the provision of good quality healthcare and education, and supporting women entrepreneurs and their business in South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, and Canada. In these areas, women have chances to work as miners, geologists, engineers, trainers, expert craftspeople, managers, support staffs, and so on. Varieties of education and training opportunities are provided to women so that they could have the knowledge and information to success in their careers.  Forevermark believes that “thriving, sustainable economies not only benefit from, but also require the full and equal participation of women.” And that is every woman’s right to give and make her contribution to the society.


    Forevermark Tribute is the collection that pays tribute to women who commit themselves to make a change in the world and to express their individuality. Each piece features beautiful, rare and responsibly sourced Forevermark diamonds. Forevermark goes beyond the standard 4Cs to individually select only those diamonds of the utmost quality and beauty. As such, each diamond represents her unique personality - independence, passion, tenderness, and determination. Each piece of jewelry can be worn independently as well as stacked depend on her own preference of style. Now available at CH Premier.


  • Corum Golden Bridge

    In 1955, Corum was founded in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland – a Swiss town located a few kilometers from the French border. The co-founders of the company, Simone Ries and Rene Bannwart, knew that their company will benefit based on the creativity and traditional craftsmanship. Shortly after, the company introduced the $20 Liberty Eagle watch, which is made from a genuine $20 gold piece. It immediately became an international bestseller. Today, Corum has one of the richest collections in its field. A vast range of original designs, creative new ideas, and maintaining the value of its tradition, the progressive attitude of Corum is admirable in today’s watchmaking world. The motto “To create is to construct, and to construct is to live” is essential to Corum’s policy. Guided by its enthusiasm, the company has made great efforts to establish a reputation to match its ambition, and the result spoke itself. Corum watches stood out for their innovative designs and original mechanisms.

    The Golden Bridge has been an iconic Corum timepiece since 1980, and is currently the only in-line baguette movement available, and still remains a benchmark because of it. The 18K rose gold case comes with no dial, simply a double anti-reflective sapphire crystal offering a 360° view on the movement inside. The high-end finishes make it nowadays an unmatched haute horologerie timepiece for over 35 years. The interesting visual presentation of the watch by showing all the mechanical mechanisms of the watch makes it one of a kind. It’s a unique timepiece with design and style in mind.


  • Messika x Gigi Hadid

    This year marks the 10th anniversary of Messika's iconic Move collection. To celebrate this significant milestone for the Parisian Maison, Messika welcomed its first ambassador Gigi Hadid, world-renown millennial supermodel of today. “[Gigi] is spontaneous, sunny and bright,” as told by Valerie Messika, founder of the Maison. “Her sense of detail and discerning eye for fashion completely won me over.”

     Messika By Gigi Hadid - behind the scene © Marin Laborne (1)

    Together with Gigi, Messika has created the Move Addiction collection – adding rock and punk elements to the Move, with striking lines to give it an edgy chic appeal. The collection consists of 12 pieces, and all of them are crafted in 18K gold and fine diamonds. There are various styles in the collection, such as edgy ear cuffs, transformable necklaces and stackable bracelets and rings, which reflects the Maison’s signature design.



    As a gift for the brand’s muse, Valerie Messika adds four exceptional pieces to the “Move High Jewelry Collection.” This collection includes a choker, a long necklace, an ear cuff, and a ring, which symbolizes haute jewelry with rebellious characteristics and chic style that represents the combination of the Gigi’s persona and the elegance of the French jewelry.


    Messika by Gigi Hadid- Move High Jewelry Addiction © Alexandre Roberdet (2)Messika by Gigi Hadid- Move High Jewelry Addiction © Alexandre Roberdet (3)

  • Bulgari B.Zero1 Design Legend

    Since B.Zero1 was first introduced in 1999, the collection has always been a timeless icon of Bvlgari. It broke the concept of traditional jewelry design of having diamonds or gemstones in the center with thin bands, and instead, emphasized more on the shape.  The original B.Zero1 ring was modelled after “Emperor Vespian’s architectural statement of power, the Colloseum.” The idea was to empower through jewelry that was unconventional and chic. It is not the kind of piece that stays inside the vault and is only taken out for special occasions. It is to be worn for any style in any occasion. Breaking the rules of conventional jewelries, with the “gas pipe” tubogas motif and the double logo, B.Zero1 immediately became the new classic and style.

    This time, Zaha Hadid – a star of architectural design – gives a brand new look of the B.Zero1, which is named the B.Zero1 Design Legend. Zaha Hadid is one of the greatest female architects of our time, and her Pritzker Architecture and Sterling Prize winning visionary has been dubbed as the “Queen of the Curve“ because of her breakthrough designs for landmark structures such as the Guangzhou Opera House and the Vienna University Library and Learning Center. Her signature curves are integrated into the latest design of B.Zero1. Different from the previous models, the central body of the jewelry pieces has changed into lively golden waves instead of the original looping bands, which exemplifies fluidity and create the feeling of movement.




  • PAM 685 and PAM 687

    In the late 1930s, Panerai made several Radiomir watches with a special 12-sided bezel, engraved with the words “OFFICINE PANERAI – BREVETTATO” which means Panerai Workshop – Patented, and it refers to the patented luminous substance Radiomir used on the dial and it suggests that “the watches were not used for military operations but for presenting to the authorities of the Royal Italian Navy, which was evaluating new instruments for underwater missions.”

    This year, two new special editions of the Officine Panerai Radiomir 3 Days Acciaio debuted at SIHH 2017. It is the first time Panerai reproduce all the fundamental characteristics of the original watches. The two versions of limited edition Radiomir 3 Days Acciaio (Ref. PAM 687 and PAM 685) has a 47mm polished steel case. PAM 687 has a brown “tropical” dial with luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers, while PAM 685 has black dial with all the same features as PAM 687. Both of the watches has the inherited 12-sided bezel from the precedent models. The Panerai in-house P.3000 calibre offers hand-wound mechanical movement with 72 hours power reserve. The ecru contrast stitching strap matches with the colors of the dial and adds more vintage feeling to the watch. Both of PAM 687 and PAM 685 are limited to 1000 pieces each.


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