The Big Daddy
At 47mm, this limited-edition ChronoScope from Ernst Benz by John Varvatos has the same masculine aesthetic as Varvatos' clothing collections.
($6,800, johnvarvatos.com, ernstbenz.com)

The Works
A. Lange & Söhne's new white-gold Datograph Perpetual is programmed to account for leap years, and will remain accurate until 2100.
($108,300, 212-397-9000)

The Minimalist
Glashütte calls this stainless-steel automatic the Original Senator for good reason: It's subtle and stately, and it sticks to a single message: gray. A charcoal band complements the dial.
($5,800, glashuette-original.com)

The Chronograph
Its stainless-steel casing and black leather band give Hamilton's Jazz Master Auto Chrono 7753 a sleek shape, with just enough complexity to look impressive but not ostentatious.
($1,495, hamiltonwatch.com)

The Tank
Its shape—inspired by the war machine—makes Piaget's handcrafted Emperador elegantly tough. Issued in a limited edition of 100.
($18,300, piaget.com)