A hint of poetry and a nuance of complication for the Reverso One Duetto Moon, a watch with not one but two faces, for ladies' wrists only. The pink gold case returns to the much longer form of 1930s timepieces, making no Secret of its Art Deco origins. On the front side, nothing but the essential Simplicity of hours and minutes on a sunray guilloché dial. And on the reverse side, in almost a mirror image, hours, minutes and a moonphase display in mother-of-pearl stand out against an elegant brown spangled dial. Two dials placed back-to-back that set the tempo for feminine time, counted by a mechanical movement, the manual-winding Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 842.