This model celebrates the 60th anniversary of the Sea Turtle Conservancy – dedicated to the protection of marine turtles – and the DS concept. Its unidirectional rotating bezel, screw-down crown, case back and water resistance to 300 metres make it a timepiece designed for maritime explanation. Its dial features particularly clear hour-markers, while the seconds hand honours the colour of the ocean. The model is delivered in a special presentation box accompanied by a key ring and badge.
The jewellery character of this 36 mm piece is impressive at first glance. Interpreted in white or pink gold, it offers a new stage-setting for the iconic Night & Day function. The prong-set bezel is adorned with 126 diamonds. The shimmering mother-of-pearl dial is the epitome of elegance and refinement. In a window at 6 o’clock, the day/night indicator glides across a starry sky, extending an invitation to explore the land of dreams, while the exhibition caseback reveals the mechanical beauty of this creation.
Spring seems to have chosen the curves of this model to announce its coming. The delightfully rounded case of this creation features a voluptuous aesthetic, delicately enhanced by a crown set with a black onyx. The dial is covered with a mother-of-pearl carpet dotted with flowers whose petals change colour with the passing hours. The openwork leaf-type hands sweep gracefully and lightly over this composition, to which an elegant powder pink strap sets a perfect finishing touch.
Classic, understated and supremely elegant, this 40mm timepiece reinterprets the Maison’s emblematic timepiece. The platinum case features a double-stepped bezel framing a deep blue dial bearing indications of the date, day, month and leap year, complemented by a moon phase delicately positioned at 6 o’clock. This model notably features under-lug correctors ensuring smooth and easy adjustments of the functions via a lever mechanism on the back. Issued in an 88-piece limited edition.
This piece with its classic and timeless lines makes its way through time with inimitable elegance. Its meticulously crafted 40mm stainless steel case also appears in a pink gold-plated version. The pure dial is available in silver, dark grey or navy blue. Refined Roman numerals, accompanied by polished white or black hands, punctuate this composition set against a sunburst background. This creation houses the new Manufacture calibre FC-723 endowed with a 50-hour power reserve.
This titanium timepiece retains the vintage look of the original model from the 1960s, while adding a modern touch. Its case is lug-free for a resolutely assertive design, while the course of time is skilfully orchestrated beneath a sapphire dome. Enhanced with Super-LumiNova, the convex rotating bezel ensures extremely legible read-off, while the power reserve guarantees a full 80 hours of accurate display and the fabric strap contributes to the avant-garde style of this model.
The call of outdoor adventure is truly part of the sporting DNA of this creation. Its environmental sensors enable easy monitoring of heart rate, UV, temperature, altitude, pressure and direction, all of which can be easily configured using the dedicated app. Its fibreglass case, snugly fitted on a steel back, guarantees a light and comfortable statement watch. Available in four versions developed from a crowdfunding platform.
An invitation to high-altitude exploration, this compendium of technical sophistication is housed in a 44mm entirely satin-brushed bronze case. This chronograph features a telemeter scale on the periphery of the dial, a central spiral-shaped tachymeter as well as a complex split-second complication. The black lacquered dial, providing an ideal backdrop for these ingenious functions, is combined with red gold-coloured accents to ensure optimal readability and vintage style.
This 43.5mm reinterpretation is clothed in platinum and graced with a splendid river of diamonds. Delicately set on the bezel, these gems cascade down to the lugs. The enamel subdial at 12 o’clock features a sparkling white curve of time. The dual-time display appears facing the tourbillon in a skilfully orchestrated aesthetic balance. This composition catches the light with each movement, gracing the wrist with unconditional elegance.
Inspired by a legendary prototype developed in the 1960s and offered to the American Navy, this timepiece is both sporty and contemporary. In a spirit faithful to the original model, it features a crown at 4 o’clock. It is equipped with an ingenious system for stopping the bidirectional rotating bezel by a mobile lug-cover at 12 o’clock. Its satin-finish case frames a domed matt black dial adorned with particularly legible hour-markers. COSC-certified in-house calibre.
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