RAYMOND WEIL has solidified its position in the watchmaking industry by winning the Challenge Prize at the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève 2023. The brand’s ‘millesime’ collection, which has been named as its flagship, is now targeting a younger audience. Making a grand entrance at Watches & Wonders, the Geneva-based watch brand is set to introduce 11 new references to establish this neo-vintage collection firmly within the RAYMOND WEIL brand. The 2024 vintage from the family-owned company is a testament to understated luxury, blending character, elegance, watchmaking tradition, contemporary design, exquisite finishes, and Swiss quality.

2024: TWO TRENDY NEW COLOURS Two fresh dial colours, Denim Blue and British Racing Green, have been introduced to the millesime collection. These new additions are a blend of modernity and timelessness, following the success of the initial model that received the prestigious Challenge Prize in the last Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève. The two new models are housed in the same refined 39.5 mm stainless steel case of the highest quality. The dials of each timepiece in the collection feature intricate textured finishes that draw attention, while the glassbox sapphire crystal enhances the vintage aesthetic. The award-winning design includes a small seconds display at 6 o’clock, reminiscent of a compass. The silvered hour and minute hands are coated with Super-LumiNova® for optimal visibility in dim lighting conditions. The sector dial, which elegantly showcases the hours, minutes, and seconds with discreet markers, further ensures excellent legibility.

The collection showcases a distinct aesthetic that is easily recognisable, highlighting the brand’s exceptional expertise in its field. This is evident in the precision and reliability of the mechanical self-winding movement, which features RAYMOND WEIL’s meticulous finishing, as well as the meticulously crafted grey leather strap with its unique W-shaped stitching. Each element and signature of the brand reflects the meticulous attention to detail that is put into every watch. This attention to detail is further emphasised in the contrasts between the smooth hour circle and sector dial, the transitions from minute track to hour track, and the straight-grained dial centre. The design of each watch is tailored to appeal to enthusiasts of high-quality timepieces, ensuring that they are both affordable and highly wearable.


RAYMOND WEIL has reimagined the moon phase feature in a unique way with the new millesime twist, bringing a fresh perspective to this traditional watchmaking function. The reference 2945 model showcases a visually striking dial design, combined with a poetic horological complication, offering a dynamic and intuitive reading of the moon phases. Equipped with the RW4280 automatic movement, this timepiece boasts a 38-hour power reserve for added convenience. The moon phase display is presented in two distinct dial versions – one with a modern silver dial in stainless steel, and the other with a more classic rose gold PVD steel case and midnight blue dial. The watch will be released gradually starting from October 2024, both in physical stores and online worldwide.


In 2024, the brand’s exquisite millesime designs for women will embark on a journey to the moon. Embracing an elegant and refined diameter of 35 mm, a collection of five new models revolves around the two prominent references, namely 2125 and 2145. The former showcases a central second hand, while the latter boasts a captivating moon phase feature. These exceptional timepieces are encased in sleek stainless steel, exuding a sense of sophistication and grace. Reference 2125 showcases a modern sensibility paired with a neovintage aesthetic. The central seconds hand is available in three distinct dial colours – silver, denim blue, and burgundy – featuring geometric lines and a sector dial. On the other hand, reference 2145 delves into the ancient connection between time measurement and the celestial dance of the stars. The watch’s design stands out with a two-tone contrast: rose gold PVD steel/silver dial or steel/denim blue dial. These timepieces not only demonstrate RAYMOND WEIL’s exceptional watchmaking skills but also embody the brand’s innovative spirit. The lugs of the denim blue dial vintage-inspired watches are embellished with 16 lab-grown diamonds (0.24 cts), adding a subtle sparkle that harmoniously blends classic femininity with contemporary allure.


RAYMOND WEIL further solidifies its esteemed reputation with the introduction of the two new Tri-Compax chronographs, showcasing its unwavering commitment to excellence in movements, casing, technology, aesthetics, function, and precision.

The neo-vintage 7765 Tri-Compax chronograph pays a respectful tribute to the renowned Panda dials, combining classic elegance with a sporty twist. Housed in a 39.5mm stainless steel case, every aspect of this timepiece contributes to its mechanical brilliance. In the midnight blue version, denoted by reference 7765-STC-50651, the dial exudes a sophisticated sportswear vibe with three silvered subdials. Light blue Arabic numerals add a subtle touch of contrast. The white tachymeter scale on the midnight-blue dial injects a dynamic element, enhancing its overall appeal. To complete the look with a dash of racing-inspired elegance, a premium blue calfskin leather strap is paired with this timepiece, ensuring both comfort and style for its wearers. On the other hand, the second version, identified by reference 7765-STC-20001, boasts a bold and assertive aesthetic. Its black dial is adorned with white hour-markers and Arabic numerals, creating a striking contrast. This variation exudes confidence and makes a powerful statement. Both versions of the neo-vintage 7765 Tri-Compax chronograph showcase exceptional craftsmanship and attention to detail, appealing to those who appreciate a harmonious blend of classic and sporty elements in their timepieces.