Six of the most stylish watches

The Patek Phillippe Sky Moon Tourbillon

The Patek Phillippe Sky Moon Tourbillon (ref: 6002) in white gold is a watch of superb artistry, says Forbes. Its predecessor model was the manufacturer’s most complicated; this version has added complications, including a sophisticated calendar and moon-phase display. Price: on application (expect over £700,000). Contact:

The Elliot Brown Bloxworth

The Elliot Brown Bloxworth is a watch for the “active gentleman”, says T3 magazine, which is equally at home worn with a wetsuit or a dinner suit. The case is made from gunmetal and the watch is water-resistant to 200 metres. Price: £600. Contact:

The Ladies Royal Oak Collection Quartz


The Ladies Royal Oak Collection Quartz (model 67651) watch with date display by Audemars Piguet. It comes in an 18-carat pink gold case and has a silvered dial, a white strap and 40 brilliant-cut diamonds. Price: £16,670. Contact:

The Datejust Special Edition Rolex watch

The Datejust Special Edition Rolex watch (ref: M81315-0011) comes in Everose gold and diamonds and is a ladies’ version of Rolex’s renowned Datejust model. Price: £26,800. Contact:

The MB&F limited-edition red gold and titanium Horological Machine No 5



The MB&F limited-edition red gold and titanium Horological Machine No 5 is an extraordinary looking watch from designer Maximilian Büsser, says the FT’s How To Spend It. It recalls the design of the Lamborghini Miura, a classic 1970s supercar. Price: £62,000. Contact:

The Ball Trainmaster Officer


The Ball Trainmaster Officer is a finely engineered watch with a classy design, says T3 magazine. It has a patented shock-protection system, so is perfect for, say, drummers and golfers. It lights up after dark too and is water-resistant to 50 metres. Price: £1,930. Contact:



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