Blancpain celebrates the 60th anniversary of its iconic diving watch with two new models.
The Bathyscape for men harks back to the traditional style of its 1953 launch.
BlancPain Fifty Fathoms Bathyscape,
price TBA, blancpain.com
A high-performance chronograph in stainless steel with a multiple-layer carbon fiber and silver dial, embellished with curved crystals: Luxury made affordable.
Bulova Precision Chronograph, $799, bulova.com
An automatic chronograph made in bronze,
a material rarely used in watchmaking due to its challenging workmanship.
Gucci Coupé, price TBA, gucciwatches.com
A slim, sporty watch in titanium and steel, with a bezel inspired by the portholes of 19th century ships. The rubber band is available in navy blue, orange, or red.
Hermès Clipper Sport, $4,350, hermes.com
An ultra-masculine reinterpretation of the Tambour watch for the modern globetrotter.
Louis Vuitton Tambour éVolution, $7,950, louisvuitton.com
Affordable and unisex, a playful take on analog quartz movement with its tangerine silicon band.
Movado ESQ One, $150, movado.com
Omega explores the "Dark Side of the Moon" with a new Speedmaster made in black ceramic.
Omega Speedmaster, $12,000, omegawatches.com
The rose gold details add warm contrast to the ice-cool stainless steel on this automatic piece.
Rado Hyperchrome L, $1,600, rado.com
After 50 years of Carrera, Tag Heuer launches the first high-frequency chronograph regulated by magnets.
Tag Heuer Carrera MikroPendulum, $37,500, tagheuer.com
The best-selling Maverick got a facelift, with four new colors available: blue, chocolate brown, red, and this gorgeous deep green.
Victorinox Maverick, $495, swissarmy.com