Constantly on the move

Piaget adds new watches to the Possession collection, with minimalist lines and surprising materials

By: Cátia Matos

Part of the iconic Possession collection, launched in the early ‘90s, the new line of ladies’ watches from Piaget presents a series of characteristics that make it unique and appealing. The result of the reinvention of the turning Possession rings, featuring two bands that rotate on the dial, these models offer a multiplicity of combinations, making them extremely versatile and adaptable to any occasion.

The case, varying between 29 and 34mm in diameter, is available in white or rose gold, in some versions set with brilliant-cut diamonds, or in stainless steel, a début in this collection that reinforces the more minimalist side of the new line. The dial is available in silver or in a variety of colourful ornamental stones, such as malachite, carnelian, turquoise and lapis-lazuli.

Even the alligator skin straps present a diversity of vibrant colours. Interchangeable, they can be easily replaced by pressing a small button at the back. Each gold Possession model comes with two straps, making it easier to adapt a single watch to different moments or moods.

This line also offers a premium version with rose gold case, 162 brilliant-cut diamonds, a rose gold bracelet and a green malachite dial. Following an elegant and young design, all the models are powered by the Piaget 56P quartz movement.