If you’re searching for inspiration when it comes to women’s watches this spring and summer, look no further than Omega. From mechanical marvels that build on some of the Swiss watch brand’s most storied collections to precious pieces dripping with diamonds, there’s something to suit every taste among the timepieces it has recently unveiled. Omega’s Seamaster collection has a colourful history, dating back to 1948, and the Seamaster Aqua Terra pays tribute to this heritage with a series of watches that combine maritime styling with high performance. The latest version is a Master Chronometer that comes in a 34mm case made in an arresting combination of stainless steel and 18k Sedna gold. Even more eye catching, though, is the pale pink dial featuring a wave-embossed pattern and ruby markers for all the hours except 6 o’clock. The Constellation collection is an Omega classic that dates back to 1952, instantly recognisable for the signature claws that appear on either side of the case. Now new Small Seconds models have been added to the collection, powered by the Co-Axial Master Chronometer Calibre 8802/8803. Their 34mm cases, in 18k Sedna gold, stainless steel or both, are polished and bevelled, as are their bracelets and the iconic claws. STYLE Edit: 5 best new Omega watches to buy in 2022 The dials are currently in sun-brushed burgundy, with others in mother-of-pearl, sun-brushed peacock blue and light chestnut to follow. The hour markers come in the form of diamonds, arranged with the largest at the top and the smallest towards the bottom, with the exception of the 6 o’clock marker, which is replaced by a date indication, with the small seconds window nestled on top of it. It’s encircled by a ring, as is the minute track, both optionally in gold and single cut diamonds. A further circle of 38 full-cut diamonds is available as an option on the bezel. The Speedmaster collection , introduced in 1957, was designed to meet the needs of professional racing car drivers, emphasising legibility and ease of use. In the 1960s it received the ultimate seal of approval when it was selected by Nasa to go on their lunar missions and Omega’s Moonwatch was born. The iconic timepiece has since been part of no fewer than six visits to the moon. The Speedmaster 38mm is a slimmed down version of the Moonwatch, powered by Co-Axial Calibre 3330, that immediately draws the attention. Its sun-brushed blue dial features striking oval subdials, and is complemented by a matching aluminium bezel ring. STYLE Edit: why does Omega test its watches for at least 10 days? The moon is also the driving force behind the most recent update to another of Omega’s most celebrated collections, Trésor. The slimmed-down, beautifully simple collection has been given three additions, each of them with 36mm cases and indications on the dial made from Moonshine Gold, an 18k yellow gold alloy developed by Omega that features silver, copper and palladium. With a sophisticated pale hue inspired by moonlight, it is also highly resistant to fading. The timepieces are accessorised with mesh bracelets featuring a silk-like pattern, a first for the collection. Want more stories like this? Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .