Richard Mille Launches Pink Lady Sapphire Women’s Timepiece

By Paul Joseph

Swiss luxury watchmaker Richard Mille has extended his sapphire collection to women by unveiling the new RM 07-02 Pink Lady Sapphire timepiece.

Inspired by the cocktail of the same name that gained popularity in the 1930s, the new Pink Lady timepiece is cloaked in a pink sapphire case created using intricate manufacturing processes.

Beneath its pink exterior, this ergonomic tripartite case reveals a unique automatic movement. The CRMA5 calibre is assembled around a skeletonized plate in microblasted 5N gold set with diamonds, while the same 5N gold is used for the flange and the bridges, whose hand-chamfered and hand-drawn angles and edges capture even more light at the heart of the caliber.

Other notable features include a variable inertia balance wheel designed to ensure optimum performance in the long term, and a variable geometry rotor in 18K 5N red gold set with diamonds, which adapts the winding of the watch to the movements of the wearer.

Furthermore, the central dial in onyx and diamonds, the crown in 5N red gold and the strap in white alligator skin add the perfect finishing touches to this exceptional creation.

The Richard Mille watch brand was founded in 2001.

By Paul Joseph