This year's introduction of the Women's Heure Creative collection really hit a chord with me. VC finally entered a level on women's watches that approaches Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels. I say this because with these new pieces, VC looked at, designed, and created a great piece of jewelry that also happens to be a watch. (As opposed to many watch brands, VC included, that take an existing watch design and embed jewels onto it).
Heure Romantique, based on Art Noveaue of the 1900-1920:
My favorite of this design, and second favorite of all the women's novelties, is the simplest model, with Mother-of-Pearl dial
Add a full paved dial:
And for the full-blown effect, a fully paved bracelet:
Huere Discret, based on the Art Deco movement of the 1920s-1930s, also my favorite of all the women's novelties. Unfortunately it's Daisy's favorite as well as a majority of the women we presented it to.
On a satin strap:
And here on a diamond bracelet:
Designs inspired by the 1970s (I can't believe that was 40 years ago, man...am I getting old!)
A choice of round or baguette diamonds:
The Swan's, unique MDA pieces made in both a man's and a woman's size:
(watches were in a display case and wrapped in plastic film)
Although not 2015 novelties, these are some of the beautiful women's watches that were surrounding VC's Gem Setter - who was demonstrating his marvelous skills at the booth: