Omega launches De Ville Prestige ‘Butterfly’

Following on from an elaborate event that was held in Seoul, South Korea on October 2nd, Omega has sent word of its new De Ville Prestige ‘Butterfly’ collection. The watches are designed for women and feature elegant designs coupled with lashings of a girl’s best friend – diamonds.

The Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) in Seoul, South Korea was the venue Omega chose to launch its new collection of ladies watches.

The Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) in Seoul, South Korea was the venue Omega chose to launch its new collection of ladies watches.

Celebrating 20 Years of Lange 1

Turning 20 is a big deal, especially when you’ve been representing the identity and core values of a brand like A. Lange & Söhne for all that time. On October 24 of this year, the iconic Lange 1 will have been in production for 20 years, and will continue to be tasked with upholding the brand values of the Saxon watchmaking company. To commemorate this event, Lange is releasing five different limited-edition watch pairs, consisting of a 38.5mm Lange 1 (for men) and a 36.1mm Lange 1 (for ladies). Both watches are just 10mm thick and each set is limited to a mere 20 pairs.

Lange is releasing five limited-edition watch pairs consisting of a 38.5mm Lange 1 (for men) and a 36.1mm Lange 1 (for ladies).

Jaeger-LeCoultre Grande Reverso Ultra Thin 1948 to hit Middle East boutiques in October

Jaeger-LeCoultre’s (JLC) Reverso has found its way onto the wrists of the crème de la crème of society since 1931. It’s a special watch and to mark occasions in the watch’s history, JLC has taken to releasing limited edition or limited production anniversary pieces. The latest is the Grande Reverso Ultra Thin 1948, and we’ve learned that it will be in JLC’s Middle East boutiques in October of this year.

The latest member of JLC's Reverso collection is one heck of a handsome dress watch.

The latest member of JLC’s Reverso collection is one heck of a handsome dress watch.

Omega Speedmaster Apollo 11 45th Anniversary touches down in Dubai

On July 20, 1969, at 20:18 UTC, astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin ‘Buzz’ Aldrin made history when they touched down on the lunar surface in the Apollo 11 lunar module, named ‘Eagle’. Six hours later, at 02:56 UTC, Armstrong and Aldrin then became the first humans to set foot on the surface of the moon. Strapped to Aldrin’s wrist, on the outside of his space suit, was Omega’s manual winding Speedmaster Professional chronograph.

We have touch down, just in time for the actual 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission.

We have touch down, just in time for the actual 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission.