Parmigiani Fleurier


Women appreciate the originality, quality and sartorial style provided by a fine piece of clothing. Why should we settle for anything less when adorning our wrists with a timepiece? The development of the quartz movement in the 1970’s nearly killed off the Swiss watch industry. In the 1980’s, however, fine mechanical timepieces rose like a Phoenix from the ashes. The brands blossomed with creativity, presenting the world with gorgeous mechanical marvels, kinetic sculpture that told time. Except they were primarily made for men. Fine Watches for Women Certainly, women were offered some pretty pieces, but these watches still contained quartz movements. No doubt the timepieces were eye-catching, but we value more than just a pretty face. Much of the value and beauty of luxury timepieces comes from the architecture and decoration of the mechanical movement. Top Horology Houses At the end of last year Patek Philippe, one of the top…