A Rolex Datejust watch. Women watch collectors are increasingly turning to larger men’s watches when it comes to buying major timepieces. Photo: Shutterstock A Rolex Datejust watch. Women watch collectors are increasingly turning to larger men’s watches when it comes to buying major timepieces. Photo: Shutterstock
A Rolex Datejust watch. Women watch collectors are increasingly turning to larger men’s watches when it comes to buying major timepieces. Photo: Shutterstock
Timepieces

Rolex, Patek Philippe, Audemars Piguet: why these women watch collectors are wearing men’s timepieces and shrugging off traditional expectations

  • For women looking for in-house movements, interesting complications and more varied designs, often that means buying watches meant for men
  • The watch community is finding a new, female audience on social media, and it’s one that believes men and women can wear any sort or size of watch they choose

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A Rolex Datejust watch. Women watch collectors are increasingly turning to larger men’s watches when it comes to buying major timepieces. Photo: Shutterstock A Rolex Datejust watch. Women watch collectors are increasingly turning to larger men’s watches when it comes to buying major timepieces. Photo: Shutterstock
A Rolex Datejust watch. Women watch collectors are increasingly turning to larger men’s watches when it comes to buying major timepieces. Photo: Shutterstock
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