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Fendi's New Watch

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This sherbet-colored watch by Fendi is called Crazy Carats, will land in stores this October, and will be priced between $2,400 and $15,000. But it's not just the sherbet-ness or the Fendi-ness of it that merits a second look. Crazy Carats features a patented mechanism that lets you change the color of the stones three times—though, the diamond 12 always stays the same. "The gem at each number rotates, changing its color, when the wearer swivels the left crown," reports WWD. The stainless steel watch may also be custom-ordered with either a black or white face, a diamond bezel, and may include diamonds, sapphires, and/or topaz. [WWD]