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Enchanted Evening

At first glance, Zenith’s Black Tie Grande ChronoMaster XXT Tourbillon appears as an elegant platinum and diamond dress watch, but its skeleton back reveals a complicated mechanical movement. The platinum case houses Zenith’s signature El Primero 4005 movement and tourbillon, measuring time to tenths of a second and beating at 36,000 vibrations per hour. The men’s timepiece, $313,000, features a black mother-of-pearl dial encircled by more than 60 baguette diamonds, 18-karat white gold faceted hands, and straps of black lambskin with satin trim. Now all you need it the right tuxedo to match. (www.zenith-watches.com)

?Alexandra Foster

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