The Wind Up – Watch News #159

Welcome to the next Wind Up, our weekly round-up of all the latest watch releases. In this week’s instalment, we’ll be covering the newest watches from the likes of Richard Mille, Chopard and Zenith. Enjoy gents!

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Richard Mille’s New Exclusive Material: Gold Carbon TPT

Richard Mille is the reigning king of exotic materials. The maison has just introduced its latest alloy: Gold Carbon TPT. After four years of development, Richard Mille has finally unveiled the Gold Carbon TPT for two of its iconic women’s models: the RM 07-01 and the RM 037. Both models will feature a dial set with mesmerising black sapphires with an onyx centre, complementing the warmth of the Gold Carbon TPT. It is almost Christmas, lads…

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Chopard Happy Sort Collection

First introduced in 1993, Chopard’s Happy Sort Collection has a unique display made famous by its ‘floating diamonds’. Gear towards the female collector, the Happy Sort Collection combines an elegant, very Chopard-like aesthetic with a sporty look. It’s a modern design but one that stays true to the collection’s roots. It now includes models crafted entirely out of ethically sourced gold which is gold procured from sources that meet the best practical environmental and social standards.

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Zenith Defy Classic Carbon

Clad in a carbon case with a matching integrated bracelet, the Zenith Defy Carbon Classic is a visceral delight, marrying incredible movement architecture with highly textural components. I really like the rugged look of the carbon used throughout, accentuated by the symmetrical layout of the openworked dial. Zenith really hit it out of the ballpark with the Defy Classic Carbon.

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Louis Vuitton Tambour Damier Graphite Race

New from Louis Vuitton is the Tambour Damier Graphite Race. Hues of black and grey are offset by the touches of neon green throughout the Tambour Damier Graphite Race. It’s an avant-garde, highly modern and sporty look that is available in either a 46mm wide chronograph model or a smaller 41.50mm time-only model.

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