All you need to know about this season’s hottest watch brands
Perfectly on trend, Cluse’s La Bohème watch is as stylish as it popular. In rose gold with a white dial and grey leather strap, it fits in with the pale, pastel tones of the season. Cluse has perfectly presented the minimalist trend to the market. The styling presented across digital, namely their social media profiles, has played a key role is driving brand and product demand across markets around the world. The watch collection has mass appeal, catering to the female millennial consumer.
It’s a mixture of both classic styles and the co-ordinated colour options from Henry London that remain popular with retailers and consumers. These watches appeal to a trendy fashion-forward audience that appreciates the modern take on a classic style. Henry London has managed to make vintage current, giving it mass appeal rather than a simple short-lived trend. The Moon Phase collection launched in September 2016 and has already made its way into the brand’s top seller list.
The quality of this brand really sets it apart from others. Each watch utilises Swiss Ronda movement, has a sapphire crystal glass lens and is is waterpoof to a pressure of 5ATM. Running alongside its Sailor and Signature collections, is the Paul Hewitt jewellery collection. Having this added value makes watches within these ranges very popular with retailers as it can prompt an extra purchase at the point of sale. There’s a nautical theme that reflects that brands coastal origins and each timepiece is beautiful in its simplicity.
Probably best known for its core handbag and leather goods line, Radley’s watch collection launched in 2011 and features designs that are instantly recognisable as the handiwork of this London brand. Radley sits apart from others by treating its watches as jewellery, many of them embellished with charms and the iconic dog print. It’s the designs closely aligned with this coveted brand’s well known image that remain the most popular. The Radley dog is just too adorable to resist.