Much as Omega has a storied history that dates back to the middle of the 19th century, when the legendary luxury Swiss watch manufacture was born as La Generale Watch Co in the horological hotspot of La Chaux-de-Fonds, it’s also a company that puts the emphasis very much on innovation. That combination of tradition and groundbreaking novelty is celebrated in a range of new Omega watches available for 2022, including three new pieces in the unmistakable Constellation collection; three from every discerning mariner’s favourite, the Seamaster collection ; and two in the petrolhead’s watch collection of choice, Speedmaster. The Constellation collection presents a characteristic visage to the world, with its instantly recognisable pairs of claws at 3 and 9 o’clock, and its integrated band. For 2022, it gets a set of slimline additions featuring 28mm stainless steel cases. They’re coordinated across their dials, bezels and engraved Roman numerals in a choice of four pastel colours – blush rose, patchouli blossom, celestial blue and green matcha – highlighted with white gold detailing. The collection is also now available in a range of 41mm editions too, in stainless steel, either alone or paired with yellow gold or Sedna Gold. Dials in white, rhodium-grey, gradient green and burgundy are complemented by ceramic bezels in polished blue, black or brown. STYLE Edit: Omega’s Speedmaster Moonwatch gets a smart 2021 update Finally, the dials of the new Constellation Aventurine are made from that same stone, which means that each one is unique. They come in a choice of green, red or blue, surrounded by a case in Sedna Gold, either alone or in combination with stainless steel. Since 1948, the Seamaster collection has been hitting the sweet spot between high performance diver’s watch and smart, sporty timepiece about town. That’s never more true than in the Seamaster Aqua Terra, which is now available in 38mm models with dials in Atlantic blue, bay green, sandstone, saffron and terracotta; and 34mm editions with dials in sea blue, lagoon green, sandstone, shell pink and lavender. STYLE Edit: Omega’s moon-inspired watches make the perfect Valentine’s gift Also straddling plush and practical is the Seamaster Diver 300M, which first appeared in 1993. For 2022, it has been updated with a green wave pattern dial and a unidirectional rotating bezel that features a polished green ceramic ring with a grand-feu white enamel diving scale. And for the ultimate deep dive, check out the Seamaster Ultra Deep. The model made history in 2019 when it reached the bottom of the Mariana Trench, the deepest place in the oceans, and the same technology powers a new edition for 2022 that’s water-resistant to a remarkable 6,000m. The Speedmaster collection was introduced in 1957 to meet the needs of professional racing car drivers, but since then it’s travelled a lot further afield, becoming part of six lunar missions. The Speedmaster 57, introduced in 2013 and updated for 2022, is a particularly slimline example of this much loved line, with a case just 12.99mm thick. STYLE Edit: why does Omega test its watches for at least 10 days? There’s also a new version of the timepiece created in honour of the Speedmaster’s heavenly adventures – the Moonwatch – which comes in two new models, both in Moonshine Gold, a new yellow gold alloy with a sophisticated pale hue. Want more stories like this? Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .