This version remains faithful to the brand’s iconic minimalism. The 42.3mm steel case houses a dial bearing an extremely refined perpetual calendar along with a central seconds hand. An ingenious little red and white hand uses the hour-markers to indicate the months. The power-reserve indication (up to 168 hours) is discreetly placed at 10 o’clock, complemented by the date at 4 o’clock. The latter changes in a flash at midnight thanks to an instantaneous jump mechanism.
Hovering between taut curves and fascinating depth effects, this model offers an immersion into the beating heart of the movement. The famous golden section principle ensures harmonious proportions for the tonneau-shaped case in titanium or carbon. The flange is adorned with hour-markers providing touches of colour matching the strap. The meticulously skeletonised titanium movement features a curved, openworked tourbillon bridge, visually counter-balanced by the symmetrically positioned barrel bridge.
Playful aesthetics and vibrant energy are the keynotes of this piece. Part of a capsule collection, it features a white gold case topped by a ceramic bezel in Pastel Blue, Pink or Lavender depending on the version. The gold dial forms the central element of the composition and is adorned with a hand-crafted guilloché motif, ceramic inserts and geometrical rubber appliques. The calibre is equipped with a titanium plate and skeletonised bridges as well as a variable geometry rotor.
Ready to conquer the world, the Octo Roma collection has been expanded with a GMT version driven by a new integrated Manufacture movement. Centrally displayed hours, minutes and seconds are associated with a double rotating disc placed on the outer edge of the dial: one for the 24 reference cities and the other with a 24-hour graduated scale. Together, they ensure simple and instant reading of the time. Available in two versions: polished/satin-brushed steel and black steel with sandblasted surfaces.
Three new versions invite Nature onto the wrist. Framed by a turquoise or black ceramic case, depending on the version, time unfolds on a mother-of-pearl dial and is accompanied by silver or gold jasmine flowers, according to personal preference. Fine plant-life engravings enhance the scene, while 12 diamonds scattered around the perimeter serve as hour-markers. The transparent smoked black sapphire crystal caseback provides a chance to admire the calibre endowed with an 80-hour power reserve.
Every bit as sturdy and functional as its military-inspired name, the collection returns with a GMT model. The new dial is particularly appealing because of its instantaneous reading of two time zones and its easy adjustment. The watch features a luxurious brushed sunburst dial with rounded numerals, enhanced by a Super-LumiNova coating. A perfect everyday companion, this timepiece available on a leather strap or steel bracelet is water-resistant to 100m and comes with a five-year warranty.
Made of steel coated with rose or yellow gold-tinted PVD, the case of this timepiece is topped by a sapphire crystal. The blued seconds hand is particularly slender, while the minutes and hours hands are enhanced with Super-LumiNova. The dial is available in white or gold, as well as with a blue, green or brown sunray satin finish, while a Nato strap lends a trendy touch to this model. The movement is endowed with an 80-hour power reserve as well as increased resistance to magnetic fields thanks to the Nivachron balance spring.
This model is clearly destined for nautical activities. It features a refined design that echoes the colours of the sea and the aesthetics of luxurious ships. Its 47mm steel case – also available with a black PVD treatment – frames a dial adorned with 11 rotating black titanium blades that move in step with wrist movements. The flange features stylishly orchestrated hour-markers and numerals. Around the periphery, a bidirectional rotating ring indicates North and South by means of the crown at 10 o’clock.
Elegance, grace and nobility. This extremely refined model features hours/minutes hands that seem to come to life on a turquoise guilloché dial. They sweep across diamond hour-markers forming a heart when they come together once an hour. The moon phase is displayed on a hemispherical dome whose engraved surface glows in dim light. A 3D circular aperture distinguished by its complex convexity enables the observer to follow in detail the curve of the heavenly body.
The Challenger Deep collection welcomes two new yellow or orange variations framing a matt dial matching the rubber straps. The hour-markers along with the hands sweeping across the colourful background ensure optimal legibility thanks to Super-LumiNova. The unidirectional rotating bezel features a black ceramic insert and the self-winding movement is equipped with a bidirectional oscillating weight ensuring a 38-hour power reserve.
The last interpretation of the Maison’s flagship model is issued in an 11-piece limited edition giving pride of place to titanium, as not only the case, but the bridges, pushpiece, crown and folding clasp are also made from this metal. The dial shows the hours, minutes and seconds through an off-centre display, the GMT indicator is equipped with a red hand, the rotating globe can be seen from all angles – notably thanks to the aperture on the side of the case middle – and the 24-second tourbillon is housed at 5 o’clock.
This timepiece expresses itself through an extremely assertive nautical style. The polished and satin-brushed case is available in steel, pink gold or in a two-tone version. The sides of the case middle feature porthole-shaped openings and invite you to contemplate the movement. The dial with its teak wood marquetry base is composed of a succession of bridges and superimposed plates featuring different finishes. The small seconds at 6 o’clock is shaped like a yacht propeller and also displays the date.
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