Gold proves the perfect partner for steel, titanium, and ceramic in this fall’s most desirable watches.
Hublot Classic Fusion King Gold
Six H-shaped titanium screws and a matte black dial provide just enough contrast for this watch’s luxurious 18K gold case and bracelet.
Rolex Oyster Perpetual Sea-Dweller
New for 2019, this high-performance diver pairs the strength of Oystersteel with 18K yellow gold.
IWC Ingenieur Chronograph
You can’t go wrong with a steel chronograph, and the addition of gold hands and hour markers makes this one stand out from the pack.
Breitling Navitimer Automatic 41
A red gold beaded bezel and contrasting charcoal dial add a touch of refinement to this beloved pilot’s watch.
Tudor Black Bay Chrono S&G
“S&G” stands, naturally, for steel and gold, a winning combination in this retro-inspired chronograph.
Roger Dubuis Excalibur Spider Skeleton Automatic
Ceramic and 18K pink gold add a sporty finishing touch to the skeletonized dial of this spectacularly crafted timepiece.
Chopard Mille Miglia Classic Racing
Automotive-inspired details and rose gold accents take this limited-edition chronograph to the finish line in style.
Panerai PAM998 Green Dial Collection Radiomir GMT – 45 mm
A military green face and gold hands work in harmony with a polished steel case in this new edition of the timeless Radiomir.
TAG Heuer Aquaracer Calibre 16
A dependable dive watch gets the luxe treatment in this new steel and gold-plated Aquaracer.
Seiko Chronograph SSC446
A two-tone treatment takes this sturdy solar-powered sports watch to the next level.
Cartier Santos de Cartier Chronograph XL
This 18K gold and steel duo-tone chronograph is a stylish modern update to a classic Cartier.