Staying true to its roots, the Hermès Médor watch with its hidden dial was inspired by the luxury dog collars that the French leather goods house first fashioned in the 1800s. Not just any ordinary dog collar, these were adorned with bold accessories such as the iconic "Clous de Paris" pyramid-shaped studs. The largest central stud on the Hermès Médor watch cleverly conceals a white opaline square watch dial, allowing the watch to become a bracelet when time allows. Featuring a deep-red geranium alligator leather strap that contrasts wonderfully with the three polished steel pyramid studs, which are fully set with pavé diamonds, when the cover is closed the only hint that this is a watch is the crown at 3 o'clock to set the time. Available in two sizes - Mini and PM - the square case of this Hermès Médor Mini watch measures 16mm across.