This coming month, the fashion world is set to be awash with watch wishes, as the April 2018 watch trends show. There are plenty of new timepiece innovations, and consumers hoping for novel styles and technology in their wristwear are in luck.
Many brands have been designing watches to commemorate various events. Augemars Piguet's Royal Oak Offshore Timepiece has been released in honor of the 20th anniversary of the partnership between the Hong Kong Jockey Club and the historic Queen Elizabeth II Cup, while Chopard's 'L.U.C XP Urushi Year Of The Dog' watch celebrates the current year on the Chinese lunar calendar.
Other watches are purely utilitarian, as is the case with one of Garmin's newest offerings, the 'tactix Charlie', which is designed for rugged outdoor activities and tactical exercises.
Top 40 Watch Trends in April
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Redesigned Luxury Watches
Special Operations-Approved Timepieces
VR Timepiece Experiences
Hammered Japanese Timepieces
Charitable Co-Branded Timepieces