Representing the first act of the 100th anniversary of the Maison, this timepiece is characterised by the timeless lines of an elegant round stainless steel case, framing a sunburst satin-brushed anthracite dial accompanying the flow of time with inimitably understated distinction. The slender and stylish polished bezel enhances the overall effect and creates a delightfully generous outline. Calibre 80 driving a large aperture-type date display ensures an 80-hour power reserve and reveals an oscillating weight finely adorned with Côtes de Genève.
This intensely beautiful and mesmerisingly powerful creation features a powerful case that is all about angles and facets. Adopting the distinctive HLLightColor material gives it an arrestingly flamboyant body-tinted colour. The sci-fi inspired case, made from six three-dimensional sapphire crystals, is distinguished by black-rimmed edges. The minutes subdial offers a large window onto the HL2.0 calibre inside, while the 12 orange-clad articulated links of the hour chain magnify the movement.
Subtly combining performance and elegance, this new timepiece from the Conquest line is especially intended for sporty women with a penchant for refinement. The sophistication of the moon-phase display lends a chic and eminently feminine touch. Available in two sizes, the steel case houses quartz Calibre L296. The white, black or silver-toned dials feature hour-markers and Arabic numerals, while the mother-of-pearl dial is graced with diamond hour-markers.
The contemporary design of this model immediately catches the gaze. Revealed through graphic curves, the calibre majestically flaunts the mainplate, the bridges and the oscillating weight of the self-winding system, all openworked in the extreme. Enthroned atop this mechanical composition, the flying tourbillon appears to be literally levitating. The bevelled edges create subtle light effects instilling an architectural dimension. This timepiece is interpreted in white or pink gold versions.
This model adorned with a multitude of hearts extends an open invitation to live romantic passion day to day. The passing of time is punctuated by a bright red heart, symbolising the true colour of love. The particularly gentle curves of the 34mm case are a blend of practical understatement and quirky charm. The silicon strap ensures pleasing comfort on the wrist for romance-lovers. This limited numbered edition of 7,654 is delivered in a matching presentation box.
A true hymn to femininity, this refined model reveals its tender, sensual and voluptuous lines. Its steel case is topped by a pink gold PVD-treated bezel, beautifully complemented by a crown set with a large spinel. The “droplet” guilloché dial is adorned with 11 natural polished diamonds, evoking sparkling sunlight. The leaf-shaped hands are attired in a dainty pink gold mantle. Like a gentle caress, the silk strap sets the perfect final touch to this creation.
A true declaration of love, this timepiece offers a majestic celebration of passion. A mother-of-pearl sky dotted with diamonds and rubies creates a dreamy constellation. The gently sloping moon phase appears to have been delicately placed on the watch face, a romantic accompaniment to the passing of time. At the heart of this model beats self-winding 913 movement fitted with a silicon balance spring. This 99-piece limited edition reveals a decorated oscillating weight through its transparent back.
The radiance emanating from this model literally captures the gaze. An authentic symbiosis between diamonds and black ceramic, this model accentuates the natural beauty of the two materials. The profoundly highlighted alternation between a matt finish and the luminous radiance of gemstones proves extremely striking. In-house Calibre CRMA2 is assembled on a baseplate and bridges in grade 5 titanium. Its 5N 18K red gold variable-geometry rotor serves to adapt the automatic winding to its wearer’s movements.
The Lady Arpels Planétarium Poetic Complication is distinguished as much by its design as by its in-house self-winding movement. It sets the stage for the Sun and its closest planets: Mercury, Venus and the Earth – the latter accompanied by its satellite, the Moon. Each heavenly body moves in step with its real rotation time. The shooting star provides a poetic indication of time. Seven aventurine discs, suggesting the depth of the cosmos, are arranged around the dial, while the bezel and caseband are adorned with diamonds.
This poetic model reveals the splendours of femininity. Attired in pink gold, it features a bezel daintily set with subtly graded shades of pink sapphires, offering a refined complement to the 30mm white gold case. Conferring a soft and light touch, the natural mother-of-pearl dial creates a shimmering play on light while exalting the sweep of the blued steel hands, the moon phase as well as the small seconds – with the latter both appearing at 6 o’clock on this 14-piece limited edition.
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