Our sister magazine, Haute Living, recently sat down with tennis champion Maria Sharapova, to learn about her relationship with TAG Heuer. An ambassador of the brand, she picks out the three timepieces in the collection that best define her:
When I became an ambassador to Tag Heuer Six Years ago, I was already a huge fan of the iconic brand: I was a watch lover. It’s so interesting to me how much a watch can elevate a look, and what the choice of what you wear on your wrist can convey.
I’ve collected my own TAG watches over the years, and unlike a lot of accessories, they never go out of style. I’ve become a self-professed collector: different timepieces have wildly different personalities, and there are so many choices! I wanted to share an insider’s sneak peek at my own watch wardrobe, and show why I fell in love with this coveted and timeless accessory.
1) The Formula 1 Steel and Ceramic with Diamonds
This is probably the watch that I most often wear. I love the contrast of the black ceramic and white diamonds against the steel. This watch really takes me from day to evening. It feels sporty for day; It’s my go-to on game day. Plus it’s scratch resistant, which is great for when I slip it into my tennis bag. The diamonds add a sophisticated pop, making it perfect for a business meeting as well.
2) The Aquaracer 18K Rose Gold with Steel and Diamond Dial
This watch is one of my favorite feminine accessories; it’s perfect for an evening out or a red carpet event. The rose gold adds such a warm hue, and the slightly angular shape feels so chic. Plus every woman loves a bit of sparkle, and the diamonds on the dial feel subtle and delicate.
3) The Formula 1 Steel with 18K Gold, Ceramic and Diamonds
The Formula 1 is so iconic to the TAG Heuer collection, but I love this model in particular because the yellow gold and diamonds are so unexpected. At its core, the watch feels sporty, but the aesthetic choices make it ultra-feminine and classic.
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