The Last Word

Wonder Woman: Cuff bracelets to make you feel powerful and beautiful

1KNOCKOUT: Tiffany & Co.’s Out of Retirement hinged diamond bracelet, based on archival designs, makes a bold statement. $32,000; www.tiffany.com

2CAUGHT RED-HANDED: This cuff in hammered 18-karat gold and platinum with brilliant-cut diamonds is everything Cleopatra could ever want. $43,000; www.davidwebb.com

3IT’S ALL IN THE WRIST: The David Yurman Stax cuff in 18-karat gold with diamonds has five rows of bracelets. Even a superhero would be jealous. $65,000; www.bloomingdales.com

4CIRCLE OF LIFE: You’ll look down to earth and chic while wearing Temple St. Clair’s Tree of Life diamond and 18-karat yellow gold cuff bracelet. $64,000; www.saks.com

5OLD WORLD STYLE: Verdura’s Maltese Cross Cuff wouldn’t be complete without peridot, blue topaz, diamonds, enamel and 18-karat yellow gold. $49,500; www.verdura.com

Over the moon: Celestial watches that are out of this world

1TO THE MOON AND BACK: Track the phases of the moon with the Girard Perregaux Cat’s Eye Celestial watch with a blue alligator band. $30,400; www.girard-perregaux.com 

2FLY ME TO THE MOON: Frank Sinatra would definitely approve of the Celestia Astronomical Grand Complication 3600 by Vacheron Constantin, which charts the sun, moon, tides and more. $1,000,000; www.vacheron-constantin.com

3HUNG THE MOON: The Breguet Reine de Naples watch was inspired by the bracelet watch created for Napoleon Bonaparte’s sister Caroline, Queen of Naples. $71,700; www.tourneau.com 

4Reach for the moon: Bovet’s 1822 Récital 20 Astérium tourbillon timepiece in 18-karat red or white gold maps out the stars visible from Earth on a dome of translucent blue quartz. $350,000; www.bovet.com

5SHOOT FOR THE MOON: The mechanism of the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar watch is powered by the natural movements of your wrist. $93,900; www.audemarspiguet.com

Luxury electric cars: Get where you need to go while doing right by the planet

1Aston Martin is planning a limited run in 2019 of its four-door RapideE sports car concept, the first time the luxury car maker will make an electric vehicle. Price not available; www.astonmartin.com

2 The new 2017 BMW i3 has a battery with 50 percent more capacity and a range of up to 114 miles. Also new is a residential charging station. Starting at $42,400; www.bmwusa.com 

3 The EMotion, an ultraluxury electric vehicle coming soon from car designer Henrik Fisker, has a range of 400 miles and a top speed of 161 mph. Starting at $129,900;
www.fiskerinc.com 

4 Porsche’s 2017 Cayenne S E-Hybrid Platinum Edition is an eco-friendly SUV with plenty of comfort and juice. Numerous options allow you to customize your ride. Starting at $79,750; www.porsche.com 

5 Deliveries started this summer of Tesla’s new Model 3, which can fit five people and has a range of 220 to 310 miles, but if you’re not on the 500,000-person reservation list, you’re going to have to wait. Starting at $35,000; www.tesla.com