This would barely be a remarkable watch if it was not for its peculiar shape, which is just that... peculiar. I think the wedge at 3 o'clock is Versace
putting the "V" in the watch, but it looks like the crown is pinching the dial. It does however make for a nice framework to place the pushers as they slightly fan out in orientation. I'd have to wear this around for a bit to determine how much I loved it - or hated it. Though I could see possibly getting into it as it is a watch between fashion style and classic looks. Anyhow, this is the V-Master watch from Versace due out soon. The watch houses an automatic Valjoux 7751 movement that packs a lot of complications including the time with subsidiary seconds, synchronized 24 hour hand, calendar with day, date, and month, as well as a moon phase indicator. Oh, and it also has a 12 hour chronograph. I like the guilloche engraved dial, as well as the applied gold hour marker. Blued hands make total sense, and the subdials have little frames on them that go well with the "we put a lot of effort into this watch look." The case is in steel, and the strap is black alligator.
The Versace V-Master is a nice watch, but is it a Versace? It doesn't look like other Versace watches - so I think it will be hit and miss as many people who get Versace items want that "Versace look." If you like the quirky but highly styled timepiece, then you know what to do next. It should be out relatively soon.
Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch review