A new edition to the brand’s increasingly popular Classic Worldtimer Manufacture is this self-winding world-time watch with a forest green dial. Carrying forward the classic design of previous editions, the watch has the fine world map etched on the dial with the 24 time zones ringing the outer edge. Made of steel with a polished finish, it is fitted on a green alligator strap with white stitching.
Oris stages a symphony of harmonious hues in the Big Crown Pointer Date, pairing a verdant dial, a soft brown leather strap and rose-gold plated hands with a 36mm case forged from bronze — the metal du jour.
Chopard honours the 30th anniversary of its Mille Miglia rally partnership with the Mille Miglia Racing Colours, a collection of five timepieces with one model in authentic British Racing Green. The self-winding chronograph is sheathed in a stainless steel case and features a perforated black calfskin leather strap with tyre tread rubber lining and contrast stitching.
Omega celebrates 86 years as official timekeeper of the Olympic Games with the Seamaster Olympic Games collection in the colours of the Olympic rings, including, of course, green. The 39.5mm stainless steel cases bear an anodised aluminium ring engraved with the host cities and dates marking its Olympic Games journey, from Los Angeles 1932 to Los Angeles 2028.
A satin-finished sunray effect enlivens the dial of the harmoniously-designed Classic Fusion Green Gold. The 18 carat King Gold in the 45mm case is repeated in the bezel, secured by H-shaped titanium screws, while strap options are black rubber or matching green alligator leather.
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