Versace unveils the pair watch concept from a contemporary perspective. For couples who want to wear the same watch, Versace has created Apollo & Dafne: two similar models which retain their own innate sense of individuality.
They share the same essential mood, without being minimal, and the same confident elegance, but feature distinctive details.
In Apollo, the men’s watch, the steel or IP rose gold case measures 42 mm in diameter; the sunray dial with Greek key decorations indicates hours, minutes, seconds and date; the alligator print leather strap prefers understated black and chocolate brown colourways.
In Dafne, the women’s watch, the steel or IP rose gold case is smaller in size, with a diameter of 33 mm; the sunray dial with Greek key decorations has mother of pearl inlay work in the centre and indicates only hours and minutes; the snakeskin strap is colour-coordinated with the dial and offered in a wider range of colours, featuring vibrant fluo shades of yellow, orange and fuchsia, in addition to neutral black and beige.
The two watches have an identical look only in the metal bracelet versions, even though the proportions remain different, in which both are entirely in steel or IP rose gold (available also two-tone in the men’s model) with the Greek key decoration on the central bracelet link.
Case: IP rose gold – 42 and 33 mm Ø
Water Resistance: 50 m/5 ATM
Movement: quartz (Ronda 715.2) – Swiss-Made second hand and date quartz (Ronda 762.3) – Swiss-Made
Dial: golden sunray with Greek key decoration or mother of pearl fluo colours, Logo at 12h, indexes and roman numerals
Strap/bracelet: IP rose gold with Greek key decoration and butterfly buckle or Elaphe snakeskin in the dial colours