Best new luxury women's watches for 2018

A visit to the SIHH watch show in Geneva gave us a glimpse into the most beautiful, mysterious and complex watches women can look forward to in 2018.

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  • Perpetually in motion, Cartier's Révélation d'une Panthére watch makes the face of the panther appear and disappear with a flick of the wrist thanks to an ingenious system of 900 gold balls suspended in a viscous fluid.  Price: $12,000 excl. taxes. 
  • In rose gold and diamonds, Parmigiani Fleurier's new Kalpa Nova Galaxy for ladies has an aventurine glass dial evoking the night sky. It is powered by an in-house manufactured automatic mechanical movement and only 50 of this model will be created. 
  • A. Lange Soehne Little Lange 1 packs in the best of this Glashütte-based highly-regarded horological powerhouse with the most feminine of looks and a beautiful hand wound movement in a pink gold case and an exquisite guilloché brown dial.
  • Audemars Piguet Millenary pink gold ladies' watch features an opal dial and exposed workings of the hand-wound 5201 Manufacture calibre. The hammered gold finish on the case adds extra sparkle to the rich combination of precious materials. 
  • The Hermes Arceau Casaque watches with enamel dials bring colour and a playful look to this luxury maison's ever growing collection of watches. In a stainless steel case with quartz movement. Copyright Carl Kleiner
  • Tudor Heritage Black Bay steel and gold watch with black dial
     
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