Fuse function and fantasy with this dream on Dior watch. Guaranteed to get your second hand ticking, as it were, wear it to remind yourself that a watch is not just a watch and that time really is money. But whilst we are on watch related clichés what better way could there possibly be to experience time on your hands? And money leaving your pocket.
You could gaze at it and stroke it a bit and generally love it up all day and still not get tired of it. Like men do with watches and we would more usually, under normal circumstances, do with Victoria Beckham dresses or a mulberry handbag. Until now.
Actually I have never spent anything over £50 on a watch. I am more of a shoes girl,but this watch ( which to anyone not otherwise watch minded is clearly not a watch at all in the sense of a watch, more a piece of to die for, investment seducing sex inspiring jewellery in disguise) could change all that forever.
It is possibly the most beautiful thing made by man that I have ever seen in my life. Encrusted with diamonds and red sapphire crystal inserts you can practically justify the expense on the basis that you will mourn for ever if you don't have it. And if you do have it you will wear it forever instead. Always a pre-requisite for an investment purchase which is the only way this eye wateringly expensive watch can be described.
Charlize Theron in a black Dior VIII watch. Love it but not a patch on the siren red christal.