More models in rose gold and brown with the focus on men's ranges and new ones for women Zenith fans can expect plenty of new references from the watchmaker this year, but the primary focus will remain on the men's collections which are performing strongly in the market. Trends from the watchmaker include rose gold and brown combinations - a pairing increasingly seen across the watch industry in the past year or two. Highlights this year include two additions to the Chronomaster series - the Chronomaster Open Grande Date, and the Chronomaster Tourbillon Moonphase Day and Night. The latter is a complicated limited edition watch to the series and it is fitted with a new movement, the Calibre El Primero 4034 which powers the automatic chronograph movement with a tourbillon, moonphase and a day and night display. On the dial the tourbillon carriage, which makes one turn per minute, sits at 11 o'clock and the moonphase indicator is positioned at 8o'clock. The chronograph minute and hour counters, distinguished by a wave guilloche pattern sit at 3o'clock and 6o'clock respectively. The watch is finished in rose or white gold with a gold Grain d'orge guilloche dial, and either rose or white gold Roman numerals. Women get their own version of the watch - the Chronomaster Moonphase Lady forms part of the His Watch for Her series initiated by Zenith last year. The double godron case comes in a smaller size than the men's line measuring 37.5mm. In rose gold or stainless steel, the watch is set with diamonds on the bezel. The Chronomaster Grande Date, which arrives in Hong Kong this month, is fitted with a new El Primero Calibre, the 4039 which contains an automatic chronograph movement with Grande date and a power reserve display (50 hours). The three-disc Grande Date function is visible at 2o'clock. Both the above watches can measure time to 1/10th of a second. The Chronomaster Grande Date is available in rose gold or stainless steel with either a black or a silver dial, and in two sizes - 45mm and 40mm. In other collections, the Class series, a line popular with mainland Chinese because of its classic appeal, gets a new vintage limited edition. Zenith president Thierry Nataf said he wanted to return to the great classicism, 'Using tight and pure lines with calculated modernity'. The Class New Vintage 1955 celebrates what was a year of success for Zenith, as well as a year that marked Albert Einstein's death and Rosa Park's stand against racism on public transport in the US. Aesthetics of that era were revisited to recreate this watch and distinctive features include Delta indexes and convex glass assembled to create 'perfect equilibrium', and a redesigned rose gold case set against a grey dial. Other extensions in the Class series include the Class Traveller Open Multicity and the Class Traveller Multicity - both watches were designed with the businessman in mind. Each shows the time in 24 cities covering all time zones, and the key difference between each is that the Multicity Open has a Grande Date and comes in a larger 46mm case; while the Traveller Multicity contains an Elite movement in a smaller 44mm case. According to Zenith, more retailers are asking for smaller watches after several years of large cases dominating men's and women's watches and this is especially true for its Class Elite series. In response, a new extension includes a 34mm Class Automatique Lady. Features include a mother-of-pearl dial and diamonds, in either stainless steel or rose gold with brown - an increasingly popular combination over the past two years. The new Defy Classic Sea range features nautical blue, buoy-shaped counters and a wavy guilloche pattern. White superluminova coated hands should appeal to divers. The Sea range comes in four versions, a tourbillon, an Open version showing the El Primero movement, a chronograph, an Hours Minutes Seconds version which features date and power reserve. The Sea range crosses over in to the Defy Xtreme line, with hot features including a case built to absorb shocks, movements treated with Zenithium (the watchmaker's own alloy said to be three times harder than steel), a black titanium bezel, and water resistance to 1,000 metres.