Popular Trends and Common Themes of Watches and Wonders Geneva

Watches

Some brands produce sports watches, others luxury jewelry watches, some belong to the category of affordable luxury, while others are among the most expensive modern timepieces. However, despite the differences between the exhibiting brands, some common trends can indeed be seen in the new watches launched at this year’s Watches and Wonders show.
Perhaps the most obvious trend at Watches and Wonders is the widespread use of green. Historically, green has been one of the more adventurous color choices on watches, with most brands usually opting for something blue in order to add a slightly more adventurous color option to their lineup. However, just as we saw countless replica watches with blue dials last year, this seems to be the year of the green dial, with a significant number of participating brands have decided to include the color somewhere in their new releases.
Perhaps the most notable new release featuring green is the Patek Philippe Nautilus ref. 5711 is the Patek Philippe Nautilus, a watch that is making a triumphant comeback. While the recently discontinued model featured a blue dial, the new model comes with a striking olive green dial. Rumor has it that Patek Philippe will only produce this version of the Nautilus for about a year, as a celebration of the brand’s fan-favorite Reference 5711, which it announced plans to discontinue prior to fake Watches & Wonders.
With that in mind, Patek Philippe is not the only brand to incorporate the green dial trend, as many other well-known manufacturers have also chosen to use green for their new offerings this year. Chief among them is TUDOR, which has decided to showcase green on its Black Bay Fifty-Eight model in solid gold.
Green is not usually seen on Tudor replica watches, as it is the corporate color of its famous sister company Rolex. However, the brand is clearly confident enough in this slightly unconventional hue to adopt it (by a wide margin) on the most expensive watch in its current collection. Crafted in solid yellow gold and featuring a green dial and matching green bezel, the new Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight 18k is the best of the new additions to the Tudor collection.