Here’s a sneak peek of what you’re going to want on your wrist this year.
Rolex took the crown with a $5.9 million “Unicorn” sold by Phillips.
And there’s another one, too.
The face of the watchmaker’s founder can be found within the timepiece’s moving animation on the dial.
The fashion house is making some serious ladies’ timepieces, and the watch world took note at this year’s GPHG awards.
Fellow indie watchmakers Akrivia, Pierre Laurent, and Greubel Forsey also win big at Grand Prix d’Horlogerie Genève.
Christie’s, Sotheby’s, and Phillips’ November auctions are expected to cash in on important timepieces.
Its Reference 1 timepiece has already caught the eye of collectors.
The legend of the Butterfly Lovers takes flight in this timepiece’s exquisite accents.