2021 Watch Novelties: Rolex pushes boundaries with new designs

An iconic design, the Oyster Perpetual Explorer now comes in a yellow Rolesor version. Photo: Rolex

If 2020 was a time of change, then the current year will probably see a return of normalcy – or at least, as close to it as we can expect. In watchmaking, this simply means going back to the celebration of impressive horological art.

The Watches & Wonders international trade show (held this month on a full digital platform) presented a whole range of gorgeous timepieces. They range from new innovations to updates of familiar classics we know and love.

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