All the watches and jewellery updates you need to know this October
Among the news to look out for this month are Franck Muller’s launch of the Vanguard Beach, Singer Reimagined’s debut in Malaysia, and Roberto Coin’s new release of the Venetian Princess.
Tank Cintrée returns to the Cartier Les Rééditions series in platinum
Following the release of the Tank Cintrée in yellow gold in 2021, Cartier introduces the same style in platinum this year. The newly released model differs from the previous one in that it has a slimmer, 6.03mm thick case and a ruby cabochon on the winding crown. Additionally, it is powered by the calibre 9780 MC and sports a gorgeous black alligator leather band that gently wraps around the wrist. The updated Tank Cintrée is available in a limited edition of 150 numbered pieces.
Singer Reimagined makes its Malaysian debut
Courtesy of Cortina Watch, Singer Reimagined now has a presence in Malaysia. For the uninitiated, Marco Borraccino and Rob Dickinson founded the Geneva-based firm in 2015 with a vision of producing bold timepieces that would redefine haute watchmaking. When it comes to design, the brand maintains the archetypal characteristics of classic and sporty timepieces while adding a distinctive and intriguing twist. Among the collections not to be missed are the iconic Track1, the Flytrack and the 1969 collection. Watch our quick interview with Marco Borraccino at the recent launch event below.
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The Franck Muller Vanguard Beach collection encapsulates the holiday spirit
The renowned Vanguard collection continues to expand with the latest addition of Vanguard Beach. The new timepieces sport a lightweight glass fibre composite case and vibrant hues like fiery red, ocean blue, and summer green that seamlessly capture the essence of la dolce vita. Each watch is fitted with a self-winding mechanism with a date display and a 42-hour power reserve.
Fendigraphy is the ultimate finishing touch to any look
If you’re searching for a statement wristwatch that’s both functional and fashionable, the Fendigraphy checks all the boxes. Delfina Delettrez Fendi, Artistic Director of Jewellery, designed the new watch, which comes in two variations—one made entirely of stainless steel and the other out of leather and steel—and pairs well with the graphic Fendigraphy hobo bag. Unlike most watches, the Fendigraphy stands out by its iconic Fendi logo and masquerades as a bangle bracelet. A closer look reveals the watch dial sits beneath the sapphire crystal of the letter D.
Longines revives its Spirit collection with a titanium model
Longines introduced a new Spirit Flyback model this year to refresh the Spirit collection. The latest watch boasts a lightweight Grade 5 titanium casing with a satin-polished finish and an anthracite dial complemented by a bidirectional rotating bezel on its exterior. Along with that, it is driven by the exclusive Longines L791.4 calibre, which has a power reserve of up to 68 hours and has been authorised by the Contrôle officiel suisse des chronomètres (COSC). The Longines Spirit Flyback is water-resistant up to 10 bar and comes with a titanium bracelet or a black-and-grey NATO strap made specifically for this model.
The latest Venetian Princess pieces by Roberto Coin make a delicate fashion statement
The soft elegance of the distinctive Roberto Coin four-petal flower evolves as the label unveils new titanium-covered interpretations of the Venetian Princess collection. Each piece of jewellery stands out as it is constructed with high-precision equipment before going through an oxidation process to produce the four ultra-bright colours of violet, blue, grey, and green. Titanium is regarded as one of the most durable materials on the planet; thus, these methods highlight the strength of its vivid beauty. Beyond that, the refreshed design captures the irresistible appeal of Venice.
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