We picked 7 watches that perfectly nail the Barbiecore trend

With the movie Barbie premiering yesterday and slated to release worldwide on July 21, we take a look at the watches that perfectly fit in Barbie’s world
Since the first look of Barbie, starring Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling, was unveiled earlier this year, the movie has received immense love all over the world. While it remains to be seen if the Greta Gerwig-directed film will live up to its hype, what is clear is that Barbie-inspired style has swept the fashion circles. So we’ve decided to shortlist the watches that will fit perfectly in this colourful fantasy world. 

RM 38-02 Tourbillon Bubba Watson

The time-only skeleton tourbillon watch, measuring 43.70 x 50.04 x 15.95mm has an asymmetrical front and is cast in the American golfer's signature colour, pink. The bezel and caseback are in pink and white Quartz TPT, while the caseband combines Carbon TPT and pink Quartz TPT layers to create a candy-like pattern. The watch is equipped with the RM 38-02 Manual Winding Tourbillon boasting about 70 hours of power reserve. 

TAG Heuer Carrera Date (Ref. WBN2313.BA0001)

The stainless steel TAG Heuer Carrera Date has already been spotted on the wrist of Ryan Gosling during the promotions of Barbie. The 37mm timepiece that is nearly a Barbie Pink dial, features a date window at 6 o’clock and hands that have applied with Super-LumiNova®. The Calibre 7 Automatic powers the watch and boasts about 56 hours of power reserve. The tapered H-shaped steel bracelet with folding clasp and double safety-push buttons complete the watch. 

Hublot Big Bang Tourbillon Automatic Yellow Neon SAXEM (Ref. 429.JY.0120.RT)

The translucent 44mm polished and micro-blasted SAXEM case of the watch is reminiscent of one of the more vibrant Barbie colours we spotted in the promos. This timepiece, released in the early part of 2023, showcases Hublot’s prowess in material and colour development (just look at that shade of neon yellow!). The watch has a skeletonised dial showcasing the bridges in sapphire so as to display the mechanics as much as possible. The timepiece is powered by HUB6035 Manufacture automatic tourbillon movement using a micro-rotor so as to not conceal the back of the movement. A lined transparent neon yellow rubber strap concludes the watch with a titanium deployment buckle.The watch is a limited edition of 50 pieces.

Oris Divers Sixty-Five ‘Cotton Candy’ 01 733 7771 3157-07 3 19 03BRS

In a pastel green shade is the 38mm Oris Divers Sixty Five ‘Cotton Candy’, which is cast in bronze. The dial features hands and hour markers that have applied Super-LumiNova, along with a date window at 6 o’clock. The watch is powered by the Calibre Oris 733 boasting about 41 hours of power reserve. A green textile strap with a bronze buckle flanks the case. 

OMEGA Constellation Quartz 28 mm

The 28mm stainless steel Omega Constellation is characterised by its famous half-moons, “claws” on the case. On a patchouli blossom violet dial there are the diamonds set as hour markers in parallel to the bezel which has engraved Roman hour markers in the same colour as the dial. The quartz timepiece has OMEGA Calibre 4061 driving it and offering 48 months battery life. The watch is water resistant to 30 metres and is finished with a mono-rang stainless steel bracelet. 

MAURICE LACROIX Aikon #Tide AI 2008-60060-300-0

The vibrant 40mm watch has a case made of upcycled ocean-bound plastic with glass fibre and a fixed bezel. The timepiece has a yellow dial, which features a date window at 3 o'clock. The watch is water resistant to 100 metres and has a rubber strap completing it. Under the hood is a reliable Swiss Made quartz movement. 

Moser & Cie. watch, the Endeavour Perpetual Calendar Tantalum Blue Enamel

The 42mm timepiece is crafted in a new and rare material called Tantalum and it exhibits the ombré “Grand Feu” enamel dial in shades of Abyss Blue, which also features a date window at 3 o’clock, and a power reserve indicator at 6 o’clock respectively. The watch is powered by hand-wound HMC 800 Manufacture calibre boasting about 7 days of power reserve. The watch comes with hand-stitched grey kudu leather with a steel folding clasp with an engraved Moser logo.

If you love colourful watches, stay tuned for something exciting coming up.

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