Speake-Marin this year unveils its first ever women's watch, Shenandoah, which means "beautiful girl of the stars" in Amerindian. It takes its name from a river in Virginia, in the United States, that was also given to a famous schooner, launched in 1902. It is a poetic name that underscores Speake-Marin's desire to pay its tribute to women, not by simply setting an existing design with gems but with a watch that would stand out as something completely new and distinctive. Shenandoah is proposed in 12 versions, with one or two time zones, in white gold or red gold, with or without gems. Even in its most classic rendition, this is a watch with a character of its own.
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