Omega Revamps De Ville Collection with Women’s Watches

By Paul Joseph

Swiss luxury watch brand Omega has updated its classic De Ville collection with three new watches for women.

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.

By Paul Joseph