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By Roberta Naas | November 20, 2015 | Watches & Jewelry
The sporty styles that rule the roaring Fork Valley by day segue by night into cosmopolitan chic.
IWC created this Portugieser Automatic Chronograph ($17,500) in 18k rose gold. It houses the caliber 79350, a JWC-made mechanical chronograph movement with 44 hours of power reserve. The 40mm watch is water-resistant to 30 meters. Meridian Jewelers, 525 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-3833
From Audemars Piguet, this Royal Oak watch ($32,200) is designed in 18k pink gold with a silvered dial. The watch is powered by a specially made, self-winding mechanism that houses the hour, minute, second, and date display. Les Bijoux, 400 E. Hyman Ave., 970-236-1255
Crafted in a special alloy that Panerai calls 18k red gold, the Panerai Radiomir 1940 3 Days Automatic Oro Rosso 45mm watch ($22,500) houses a P.4000 caliber automatic mechanical movement, which is created entirely in-house by Panerai. The 203-part mechanism has two barrels and offers three days of power reserve. 400 E. Hyman Ave., 970-544-1868
Scarf, John Varvatos ($398). Pitkin County Dry Goods, 520 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-1681. Bow tie, Hermès ($420). 105 Fillmore St., Denver, 303- 388-0700. Cummerbund, Hugo Boss ($165). Cherry Creek Shopping Center, Denver, 720-945-1101
After a day on the slopes, holiday parties and winter-evening soirées offer the perfect chance to dress it up a bit. For the Aspen man, less is more, and adding a stunning rose-gold timepiece to his wardrobe makes a subtle, elegant statement that rules the night.
photography by jeff crawford. styling by terry lewis