Meet the new Lady Serenade additions by Glashütte Original
Mod in monochrome
In a ode to the classic 'little black dress' every woman can't live without, Glashütte Original plays off this perennial wardrobe number in the lines of their latest Lady Serenade watches. These beautiesbring back monochrome chic in a big way. Like a string of pearls or a pair of sleek black pumps, these new additions to the collection are timeless feminine accoutrements to adorn the wrist.
Meticulously crafted, an exposition of contrasts surrounds the Lady Serenade: From matte and polished surfaces to hues of light versus dark, every facet of the timepiece is a study in complementing opposites. Anchored by a galvanic-treated sunburst dial in deep black engineered by the German manufactory's dial experts in Pfzorheim, the elegant onyx face is ringed by a 36mm brilliant-cut diamond studded bezel in gleaming stainless steel or rose gold — an element similarly reflected in the applique Roman numerals and index notches. A flawless design executed with intricate detailing, a second look reveals a date window perched at 6 o'clock, seamlessly melded into the dial with the same dark hue.
Powered by an automatic winding calibre 39-22 that supports a second-stop function for accurate time-setting, the Lady Serenade's allure is further elevated with a third model that premieres a bi-colour façade of iridescent white mother-of-pearl set against a frame of warm rose gold juxtaposed against stainless steel. True trendsetting classics that never go out of style, the new Lady Serenade is the pinnacle of sophistication tinged with a sensual depth to give your LBD that finishing touch.
The new Lady Serenade timepieces are available at the Glashütte Original boutique at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Level B2M-215.
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