The Omega Speedmaster 38mm collection unveils 8 new editions: with Moonshine Gold, Sedna Gold, elegant dial colours, and lots of diamonds.

Kicking off the campaign for the latest editions of the Omega Speedmaster 38mm collection are brand ambassadors Kaia Gerber, Han Sohee and Liu Shishi, photographed wearing the new models with brown or green dials, and festooned with diamonds.

Since its launch in 2017, the Omega Speedmaster 38mm collection has brought the iconic chronograph within reach of smaller wrists, and introduced well-received references such as the Speedmaster 38mm in Sedna Gold with brown subdials, nicknamed “Cappuccino” for its warm brown tones.

After the collection grew with the addition of watches in yellow gold or with blue or grey dials, it’s now expanding once again with the debut of eight new models with a diamond-paved bezel and a diamond-set crown, unveiled in Milan.

Featuring dial colours that reference two of Omega’s legacy models, namely the 42mm Moonwatch in Moonshine Gold with a green dial and the De Ville Chocolate with a brown dial, the latest Omega Speedmaster 38mm editions include two crafted from the brand’s Moonshine Gold, the first appearance of this metal in the Omega Speedmaster 38mm collection.

Other editions comprise two in Omega’s Sedna Gold, featuring a brown PVD dial and horizontal oval subdials with silvery coating, paired with a Sedna Gold bracelet or a brown leather strap; and four versions in stainless steel, bearing PVD dials in brown or green, paired with a bracelet or a leather strap in a matching colour.

Enhancing the sparkle of these eight editions are bezels adorned with 52 diamonds, subdials that are also circumscribed by diamonds, and a crown set with a single diamond too.

Within the case lies the Omega Co-Axial Calibre 3330, a self-winding chronograph with column-wheel mechanism and Co-Axial escapement, all protected by the screw-in caseback stamped with Omega’s seahorse emblem.