Over the years Swiss luxury brand DeWitt, known for its innovative men’s
watches, has made a few limited-edition pieces for such women as Queen
Elizabeth II and founder Jérôme de Witt’s daughter. Now less connected ladies can indulge in the company’s timepieces too: Its first women’s
line, called Golden Afternoon, debuts this spring.
Inspired by the
Pre-Raphaelites, the collection comprises four ultrafeminine styles with
details like mother-of-pearl faces, sky and floral motifs,
diamond-covered bezels, and hands meant to evoke angel wings (at Neiman
Marcus, Newport Beach, California; $30,000 to $90,000).
Photo courtesy of Dewitt