TAG Heuer are well known for producing some of the most iconic of luxury sports watches. The most obvious of these is the Monaco, created in 1969 and made famous a year later when Steve McQueen chose to wear it in the classic car racing film Le Mans.
These classic TAG watches have also been created specifically for women.
The watch to the left is just one of two models of the Monaco designed for women. In 1969 the Monaco revolutionised the watch-making industry as the world’s first automatic watch.
The Monaco Automatic for women has a white mother-of-pearl or black galvanic dial that has been set with 13 Top Wesselton diamonds, and hand-applied indexes. The case is made of polished steel and is also set with Top Wesselton diamonds, 26 six of them. A cream alligator bracelet is supplied for the white mother-of-pearl dial, or a black python bracelet for the black dial. Now the women’s Monaco models aims to follow in their male counterparts footsteps and revolutionise the very idea of the luxury fashion watch.
Another collection of TAG watches for women is the TAG Heuer Formula 1 collection, of which the Glamour Diamonds model is shown to the right. The bezel of this amazing watch has been set with 120 diamonds for this ultra-feminine reinterpretation of the sporty style of the Tag Heuer Formula 1.
The Aquaracer is another iconic TAG collection, founded on providing the accuracy that all water sports demand, and resistant to 300 meters. Diamonds, moter-of-pearl and yellow gold have been used in various design combinations to produce a watch that is more feminine in style, but no less robust in its precision.