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Party Time

With the holiday season comes the onslaught of holiday get-togethers. Here, six very good reasons to get caught looking at your watch.

Photography Junichi Ito styling by kerrie clark


Maurice Lacroix Masterpiece Gravity
This avant-garde watch’s interiors are made of silicon, a self-lubricating, glass-like material that is three times lighter than steel and runs on much less energy ($13,900).

Seiko Astron
The first ever GPS solar watch automatically recognizes all 39 international time zones and adjusts accordingly with a simple touch of a button ($3,300). 

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Montblanc Star Twin Moonphase
Dual throwback dials display the moon’s phase in both hemispheres and its age, from one to 30 days ($5,300).

TAG Heuer Carrera Ladies
Named for a dangerous auto race, the sleekly macho Carrera line debuted a women’s collection this fall ($3,100).

Glycine F 104 Automatic
Bold and chunky, the F 104 takes its name from a fighter jet and its design from cockpit instruments ($1,825).

Tissot T-Touch Lady Solar
Touch the sapphire crystal face to cycle through six modes: compass, altimeter, alarm, weather, timer and chronograph ($975).

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