As a more understated counterpart to the Champagne IP model, the silvery option features a dark blue dial that exudes a sleek, elegant, and much more low-key mood. Starring a rounded and rectangular tonneau case, the watch is accompanied by a matching two-tone bracelet and engraved with Greca motifs on its alternating links. For this version, the screws, bezels, hour-markers Medusa motif, subdials, and hands are colored in a gold-tone for a contrasting effect.
Boasting an identical overall construction, a dark gunmetal variant is also revealed. Red indices and lume-filled hands accentuate the stealthy dial color, which is then echoed on the pushers and inserts on the side of the case.
A more colorful and sportier-looking vibe can be achieved with the rubber strap variants. A more subtle silvery case and dial option are offered with a black rubber strap, featuring gray and electric blue Versace branding. The other rubber strap option highlights a more youthful and bolder color scheme, as it’s paired with a bright blue rubber strap with black and orange embossings. Another option is also available with a Champagne gold IP case and tonal dial. It’s juxtaposed with gunmetal accents across the dial and case, which are reiterated in its tri-color rubber strap.
Priced between $1,545 – $1,795 USD, only a handful of the aforementioned colorways are available to purchase right now. Keep an eye out on Versace’s online store, physical stores as well as authorized retailers for more updates on availability.
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