Richard Mille Launches Its First-Ever Ladies’ Sports Watch In A Kaleidoscope Of Colours. Filled With Colours In Such A Way That It Hurts Our Eyes But Thankfully Not Our Wrists. We Have Our Reasons For The Same, Keep Reading To Find All About It.
Famed watchmaker Richard Mille renowned for its partnerships with high-level sportsmen, has caught our eye recently. TBH, All eyes!
To celebrate the launch of the RM 07-04 Automatic Sport Collection, Richard Mille’s first women’s sports watches. The brand collaborated with six inspirational athletes to develop a timepiece that can withstand the most rigorous of athletic challenges.
With featuring six models worn by two motorsport icons, female athlete ambassadors, which it refers to as partners, including a world’s number one golfer, two track and field champions, and a triple Winter Olympics gold medallist.
This new addition in the ongoing series of luxury sports watch which actually caught our attention highlight the bright colourways – pink, green and purple. And although some like it, most don’t. And we don’t either like this combination’.
The elements and the design of this watch make it seem like something kids would adore, but given that it is a luxury watch, no one would actually give it to their kids. And let’s face it, the watch is not too aesthetically pleasing.
This brand’s watches have been highly endorsed by rappers and athletes. But it had been clear every time that it is just a marketing strategy. The watch quality could be great, no doubt. But the actual timepiece is not. And there is no use for a well made timepiece if it just falls down when it comes to looks on one’s wrist.
If you ask us, we can’t see anyone wearing this to a gala or any fancy dinner with your tuxedo on. Forget it, could you see yourself gracing it on your wrist while attending a board meeting!? Heard everyone’s laughter in your mind? We did too. So, if this does not convince you, well, you can adorn your wrists with this pastel-filled-watch and get it. But don’t be surprised if you never want to wear it.