When Audemars Piguet unveiled the 11.59 collection last year, it became one of the most talked-about — and polarizing release in quite some time. But rather than shelve or overhaul the 11.59 family, AP is bringing it back with new dials and case treatments. The 11.59 Selfwinding Chronograph represents a new vision of a modern classic, adding a fresh new two-tone case treatment to several watches in the collection including one in white gold with a pink gold case middle. There are also new lacquer gradient dials, which pair well with the double-curved crystal for a more cohesive effect for the tiered effect the unconventional crystal provides. AP's first in-house self-winding chronograph movement returns after debuting last year, while the Caliber 4302 powers the standard Selfwinding examples. Each watch has a 41mm case and arrives in either white gold, rose gold, or the aforementioned rose gold case middle with white gold.