5 Two-Toned Watches We Want On Our Wrists
Rolex brings back Rolesor, its two-toned concept, with the 2017 version of its Sky-Dweller timepiece for frequent flyers. The efficient, dual time zone watch comes with an opulent champagne dial and Rolex’s signature fluted bezel.
A potent combination of elegant and sporty, the Vacheron Constantin Overseas collection looks good enough for a formal wedding reception, or a casual date night out on the town.
Bulgari’s Serpenti timepiece is a symbol of sensuality and seduction, and we’re sure that this version in stainless steel and gold with accents of red will put whoever sets eyes on it under its spell.
Audemars Piguet reintroduces several codes from the 1970s and 1980s, including two-toned watches. This Royal Oak’s brushed surface is beautifully juxtaposed with the white Tapisserie dial.
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To The Moon And Back
The Omega Speedmaster celebrates its 60th anniversary, and we’re loving this 38mm Cappuccino iteration, hewn of stainless steel and Sedna gold, with coffee-coloured accents.