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Make every second count with new watches from F.P. Journe, Hermès, and Vacheron Constantin.
From Cartier to F.P Journe, add these beautiful new watches to your wish list this year.
From F.P. Journe to Chopard, Hermès, Vacheron Constantin, Jaeger-LeCoultre, and Patek Philippe, there’s a new timepiece to suit every style at LANDMARK.
The art of engineering
An homage to the engineering genius of Alberto Santos-Dumont, a Brazilian inventor and aviation pioneer, the iconic Santos de Cartier watch was designed by Louis Cartier himself over 100 years ago. Standing the test of time, the ambitious new iteration retains its distinct rectangular design with rounded edges, architecture-inspired bezels, 1847 MC automatic calibre, and water resistance up to about 100 metres.
A watch to suit every occasion, the Santos comes in steel, gold, calfskin or alligator skin – all interchangeable with the invisible Cartier QuickSwitch system. Another innovation lies in the SmartLink system, which automatically adjusts the length of the metal bracelet with the push of a button.
Sign of the timesThe new Carré H watch from Hermès integrates a contemporary geometric design and pleasing symmetry, by playing with light effects and modern aesthetics. If you’re looking for a sleek everyday accessory this holiday season, the Carré H is for you.
Master of innovation
In celebration of the golden age of timepieces, Vacheron Constantin’s FIFTYSIX collection embodies the iconic style and shapes of a vintage model from 1956. This FiFTYSIX day-date timepiece is equipped with a stop-seconds device that powers the day of the week indicator, the date, and the power reserve display.
Modern luxuryA timepiece designed for the modern man-on-the-go, Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Polaris is a limited-edition watch with only 1,000 pieces available worldwide. Sporty yet professional, the timepiece features a stainless steel and water-resistant case, flexible rubber strap, and luminescent numerals. Designed with the 1968 Grande Maison classic timepiece as a muse, the Polaris is a symbol of an active lifestyle – perfect for men who who appreciates contemporary design that looks as good as it feels.
Keep your coolIf you have a penchant for complex nautical watches, then Patek Philippe’s Nautilus 5740/1G timepiece might be for you. A sophisticated step up from the previous pieces in the Nautilus collection, the svelte 5740/1G is the perfect choice for world travellers thanks to the water-resistant case (up to 60 metres), ultra-thin self-winding caliber 240Q movement, lunar indicator, perpetual calendar, and second time zone.
Style meets functionThe devil’s in the details when it comes to the new Chronographe Monopoussoir Rattrapante by F.P. Journe. Part of the lineSport collection, the timepiece comes in three precious metals, including platinum PT 950, 18k red gold, and titanium grade 5. No matter which material you choose, this impressive watch features a 12mm thick case, a new monopoussoir split-second chronograph function, a power reserve of 80 hours, and new typographic numerals that were inspired by the brand’s classic Only Watch.
New year, new styleEvery year, Chopard calls upon the ancestral Japanese art of lacquerware design, dubbed Urushi, to create a refined new timepiece to honour the Chinese calendar. This year, the 88-piece limited-edition L.U.C XP Urushi Year of the Pig watch comes to life with a golden pig (a symbol of abundance and joviality), alongside an ultra-thin L.U.C movement and a case crafted from 18k fairmined rose gold.