Travel Retail and Duty Free Business Intelligence    Sunday 26 October 2014

WATCHES

Misaki watches over the market from dusk til dawn - 29/09/08

Published: 29/09/08

Source: ©The Moodie Report

By Mary Jane Pittilla

Original: Misaki's Monte Carlo watch is ready to shine in a light silver colour
MONACO. Misaki will present its expanded range of timepieces for 2009 at the TFWA World Exhibition next month (Stand number: Yellow Village E26).

Based on the growing success of its Misaki Timepieces collection, the company has decided to offer a larger range of fashionable and innovative watches for all occasions.

Monte Carlo: Like a snake around your arm, this dress watch is described as an original jewel with a light silver colour; the watch is also available in a gold colour.

Marina: The light gold colour of this watch is said to fit perfectly with its Champagne-coloured X-treme Lustre pearls. Also available in silver colour with dark grey X-treme Lustre pearls.

Dawn: Complementing Misaki's successful Dusk watch, two new Dawn models are updated in silver and gold versions.

Acqua: This rounded ceramic watch enhanced by pearls and crystals is described as a stylish accessory for night and day, and is available in black or white colours.

O2: Inspired by water droplets, the O2 watch comes in four versions: gold, rose gold, light silver, silver with bronze dial.

Black Jack: Reminiscent of a large cruise ship, this watch can be worn as a lucky charm.

MORE STORIES ON MISAKI

Misaki marks Asian growth with travel retail openings – 02/06/08

Bionic Misaki plays with the future – 15/04/08

Fast-growing Misaki scales new heights in Cannes – 09/11/07

Misaki slinks into Cannes with silky new launches - 17/10/07

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