Introduced in the 1980’s as an elegant new expression of the Art Deco, the Movado Esperanza® collection quickly surged in popularity. Distinctive in character, Esperanza was defined by its striking, architecturally inspired bracelet design with long, open vertical links. This signature bracelet was integrated with a round, softly curved case that complemented the simple purity of the Museum dial.
In 2016, Movado re-launched the Esperanza with the introduction of four women’s models crafted in solid stainless steel, and updated with a modern hinged case attachment offering ‘free falling’ wrist-conforming comfort, and new push-button deployment clasp for seamless elegance and convenience. Styled with Movado’s classic concave dot and dauphine hands, Esperanza’s re-designed Museum dials offered subtle double-layered dimension with a raised outer ring of contrasting texture creating tonal intrigue.
- "...Esperanza has always expressed Movado’s quest for timeless artistry in watch design...."
Now for 2017, Movado adds an elegant new women’s model to this sophisticated collection. With luxurious, two-toned versatility, this new Esperanza is fashioned in stainless steel and rose gold PVD with a round 28 mm case, a mere 5.70 mm deep. The polished rose gold-toned bezel frames a lustrous white mother-of-pearl Museum dial, simply detailed by a sand-blasted outer ring, rose gold-toned dot and matching rose gold-toned dauphine hour and minute hands.