Black Has It All

Chanel’s new timepiece offerings include the Première Velours, featuring an 18-carat yellow gold case, which is available with a dial set with 116 brilliant-cut diamonds.

Chanel’s new timepiece offerings include the Première Velours, featuring an 18-carat yellow gold case, which is available with a dial set with 116 brilliant-cut diamonds.

Chanel’s latest timepieces strike a balance between horology and high jewellery, with noir accents all over.

From Premiere Rock to Boy-Friend Skeleton— for 2019, many collections of Chanel timepieces are also offered in intense black limited editions. When we say limited, it’s no understatement—Premiere Rock Edition Noir with a triple row bracelet, for example, will only be spotted on 55 lucky owners. Even the newest additions, presented at Baselworld trade fair in Switzerland, like Premiere Veours, incorporates the chic colour making for the modern, minimalist reinvention of the classical model. There’s also J12, the brand’s arguably most iconic timepiece, in noir featuring the all-new 12.1 Calibre automatic movement. The newest J12 Watch star-studded campaign with Lily-Rose Depp, Keira Knightley, Liu Wen and other celebrities, with unveil shortly.

Chanel’s Mademoiselle Privé sautoir chain necklace features a sculpted 18-carat beige gold timepiece, with 50 brilliant-cut diamonds.

Chanel’s Mademoiselle Privé sautoir chain necklace features a sculpted 18-carat beige gold timepiece, with 50 brilliant-cut diamonds.

A beige gold watch from Chanel’s new Boy-Friend collection.

A beige gold watch from Chanel’s new Boy-Friend collection.

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