Luxury watch brand Piaget has launched a stunning new timepiece, aptly titled the Limelight Stella. The arm candy, which comes in a delicious colour palette of pink, fuchsia, red, grey, white, taupe, black, blue and brun — a nod perhaps to the stunning shades of a sunset — is the newest edition to the Piaget collection.
Designed to reflect the ideology that the days are long as the nights are short (which is perfect because it means you can show off the showstopper all.day.long.) the Limelight Stella is a classic keepsake.
Jessica Chastain, who is the face of the watch, showed off its stunning features: a star-set second hand, an interchanageable sun and moon peek-a-boo face, a cluster of brilliant-cut diamonds and a visible back on the belly of the watch. But perhaps the standout feature circles around the fact that the Limelight Stella only requires a manual adjustment in the moon phase function only once every 122 years, compared to a standard moon-phase clock which lags behind one whole day every two-and-a-half years.
The Piaget Limelight Stella is available at Piaget stores in the Middle East.