The first De Ville watch for women was unveiled in 1949, but since that time the focus has been on gentleman. However, these new iterations are a departure from this trend.
The new watches are defined by their thinness that measures a meagre 9.75mm thick for the 39-mm models, and 8.85mm for the pieces with 36mm cases.
Enhancing their more feminised profiles, the new Omega Trésor watches display 39 diamonds – 38 of them in paved in curves along each side and another single one set in the crown.
The sparkler on the crown is further embellished with a flower created out of five interlocking Omega logos.
Other notable features include the use of a Swiss quartz movement – the Omega Caliber 4061 – and the exclusively crafted cases in either stainless steel or 18-karat Sedna gold.
Prices for the all new Omega’s De Ville Trésor watches range between $4,500 and $8,600.
The collection will debut at Omega’s “Time for Her” pop-up boutique in New York City, open and running until March 2018.
Founded in 1848, Omega has grown to become one of the world's most famous watch brands.