Monaco Ladies

The TAG Heuer Monaco is an automatic chronograph wristwatch originally introduced by Heuer in 1969 to commemorate the Monaco Grand Prix. Originally badged as Heuer Monaco, it was notable for being the first automatic chronograph, as well as the first with a square case. The Monaco has become synonymous with Hollywood film star Steve McQueen, who wore one in the 1971 film Le Mans. Ladies versions of the Monaco have also proved popular, with shorter straps than the mens' versions and faces often adorned with diamonds.