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This Week in Watches

This Week in Watches features Harry Winston, Tudor, Richard Mille, Ulysse Nardin and Hermès.

Hermès Faubourg

The Faubourg collection is distinguished by semi-precious stone dials in blue, black or variations on the theme of green: lapis lazuli, onyx or malachite. Each dial is expertly shaped by hand to reveal the stones’ unique nuances. The 15.5mm case offers variations as well, including white gold, rose gold or rose gold set with diamonds. Price: $10,500 to $17,300

Ulysse Nardin Dual Time Manufacture Lady

Offered with a white mother-of-pearl or shiny black dial, the Dual Time Manufacture Lady is crafted from gold or stainless steel, with or without diamonds on the bezel. This watch is powered by the in-house conceived and manufactured Caliber 334, allowing the wearer to adjust the second time zone and date forward and backward without having to remove the watch from the wrist or interrupt its timekeeping. Price: $8,500 - $12,900

Harry Winston Avenue Dual Time

The 53.80mm by 35.80mm Avenue Dual Time features an entirely new case in Zalium, an ultra-light alloy developed by and exclusive to Harry Winston, or Sedna gold. Powered by caliber HW3502, the watch features off-center indications split into two zones on two floors. Price: $38,300 in gold; $22,200 in Zalium.

Richard Mille RM 67-01 Automatic Extra Flat

Powered by the automatic CRMA6 only 3.6mm thick, the RM 67-01 Automatic Extra Flat features numerals created from solid metal and mounted on two linked and rigid titanium rails attached directly to the movement. To increase the sensation of depth, each numeral has been sculptured out of solid metal and filled with Luminova to provide easy nighttime viewing—a first for the brand in this category of watches. Price: TBD

Tudor Fastrider Black Shield

Inspired by the distinctive sporting elegance of the new Ducati XDiavel, Tudor launches a new matte black and white version of the Fastrider Black Shield, its self-winding monobloc high-tech ceramic chronograph. The 42mm watch is powered by Tudor’s self-winding ETA-based caliber 7753 and features a fixed matte black ceramic bezel with tachymetric scale, subdials at 3 and 6 o’clock, small seconds at and date at 9 o’clock and date at 4:30. Price: $4,925

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