Looking For A New Watch? Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Rendez-Vous Should Be It

Expect timepieces that are high on versatility and style

This was created by Harper’s BAZAAR Singapore for Jaeger-LeCoultre

There are many reasons why the watches in Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Rendez-Vous collection should be strong contenders for the next watch you buy. But let’s put aside for a moment the timekeeping accuracy, the masterful craftmanship, and the prestige that comes with owning a timepiece from the 184 year old watchmaker. The real reason why you should really consider a Rendez-Vous watch is because it looks so darn good. And you’re sure to find one that suits your style and personality, thanks to the dedication that the brand has put into expanding the collection since its launch in 2012.

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From haute joaillerie creations that look right at home on the most glamorous red carpets (a quick google search throws up countless images of celebrities who illustrate this fact), to simpler steel pieces to accompany you through your day (while being on the receiving end of some serious timepiece envy), the collection offers a healthy choice of materials, executions and colourways to suit your temperament. Especially since Jaeger-LeCoultre has introduced, for this year, a larger 38.2mm case size into the collection’s elegant ranks for the first time.

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Highlight of this year’s collection? The Sonatina Large with a graceful star that you can move around the dial’s circumference. A whimsical yet sophisticated feature that serves more than ornamentation purposes, set the star at an appointed time and the watch will chime out a single, clear note as a gentle reminder that the time for your rendezvous has arrived.

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Have a look at the celebrities and personalities who wore the collection at the recent Venice Film Festival in the gallery below.

Now, watch Nicole Warne of Gary Pepper Girl take on the most iconic movie scenes in silver screen worthy Jaeger-LeCoultre watches: