Richard Mille teamed up with world-class athletes to launch its first women’s sports watch.
The craziest part about it is the weight: only 36 grams.
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Five athletes from five different sports provided the inspiration for the available colorways.
The first and second timepieces were made for US racing driver Aurora Straus and French rally driver Margot Laffite.
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The first timepiece combines an orange case with a dark blue strap, a nod to Aurora’s orange and blue McLaren.
The second one is the exact opposite of that, coming in with a blue case and an orange strap.
The third timepiece comes in with a black carbon case with green accents on the dial and matching strap.
Like most RMs, it can withstand shocks, which means Ester Ledecká, snowboarder and Olympic gold medalist, can wear it while she’s going down the slope.
Next, we’ve got Nafissatou Thiam, Pentathlon athlete and two-time Olympic gold medalist.
RMs are designed to be worn by athletes during events and competitions and this one is no exception.
And it’s not like you can miss it, with its pink strap and mint green case.
The fifth and final colorway is inspired by Florida-based golfer Nelly Korda.
The sand-colored case offsets the bright pink that was used for the face and the crown, and the deep red of the strap.
All five pieces are made from Carbon TPT and Quartz TPT.
Both composite materials were created and patented by Richard Mille.
As you can imagine, the watch is not cheap, coming in at $185,000.