At this week’s Watches & Wonders fair in Hong Kong, Richard Mille unveiled a new limited-edition timepiece, the RM 26-02 Tourbillon Evil Eye. Housed in a case made from black TZP (tetragonal zirconia polycrystal) ceramic, the skeletonized tourbillon watch is embellished with red-gold flames and an enameled and lacquered eye, designed by the famed Geneva-based craftsman Olivier Vaucher. Anti-glare sapphire crystal on both sides reveal the enamel handiwork and movement, which is the in-house caliber RM26-02 with a power reserve of approximately 48 hours. It’s all housed in a case secured by two Nitril O-ring seals, making the tripartite construction water resistant to 50 meters. Limited to just 25 pieces, the Richard Mille RM 26-02 Tourbillon Evil Eye is priced at $575 and will be available at the 25 Richard Mille boutiques around the world.