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In French, a wrist watch is called a “montre bracelet.” Much like its French origins, Dior’s La D de Dior Satine collection is more like a bracelet than a watch. Originally released in 2003, the timepiece was intended to mimic a men’s style watch, which women used to wear to remind themselves of their lovers throughout the day. These days, the watch it’s simple in its masculine design, but glamorous due to unique features such as the mother of pearl face surrounded by a diamond halo.
The La D de Dior watches are only available at select boutiques worldwide starting at $4,250.