Richard Mille himself gives his watches a very masculine description. "A racing machine on the wrist," he says. Interestingly, its enigmatic appeal has attracted more women in the past decade. His winning women's timepiece, among others, is the RM 037 model, which was first launched in 2014. Fitted with its first in-house automatic calibre CRMA1, the date display at 12 o'clock is adjustable by a pusher located at 10 o'clock while the pusher at 4 o'clock selects the winding, neutral or hand setting functions. Initially offered in a choice of either a black or a while ceramic bezel, this rendition in powder blue ceramic bezel and pink strap with a diamond-dusted centre is a rare combination. So, what is it that attracts women to a Richard Mille timepiece?
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