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(1) The ladies' Annual Calendar Moon Phases launched in 2006.

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(2) A modern woman's Minute Repeater watch unveiled in 2016.

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(3) A woman's Travel Time watch launched in 2007.

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(4) The latest Perpetual Calendar Moon Phase watch launched in 2017.

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(5) A ladies' World Time watch launched to celebrate Patek Philippe's 175th anniversary in 2014.

Making time for the ladies

Women come first for Patek Philippe, which has been designing watches for them since 1839.
Sep 30, 2017 5:50 AM

WHEN PATEK PHILIPPE unveiled its Ladies' First Chronograph in 2010, it wasn't trying to make a move on the women's market segment. The 178-year-old Swiss luxury watch brand was merely "reinforcing" the fact that it's been serving the ladies since it started business in 1839.

In fact, that

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