This quartz watch contrasts slenderness with strength. Cut sides and bevelled dial, solids and voids, round and square... geometry is all-pervasive. This rigorously disciplined approach is counterbalanced by the movement of the rolling balls and the articulated hinges of the bracelet – gemset or not depending on the model. The case, whose 16-faceted cut glass accentuates the design, is available in pink, yellow or white gold and adorned with diamonds, spinels, coral, chrysoprase or obsidian, depending on the version.
Crafted in a sturdy and light alloy, the cushion-shaped case of this creation is composed of a black DLC-treated titanium caseback and a pink gold case middle. This play on opposites is skilfully enhanced by a black ceramic bezel and crown. Elegantly alternating satin-brushed and polished finishes highlight the depth of the dial. The luminescent numerals and hands are carefully orchestrated, while the central minutes disc features a discreet date aperture.
Part of a new family of timepieces, this creation features an elegant 34mm steel case enhanced by a gold bezel. Its mother-of-pearl dial is graced with pink gold hours, minutes and seconds hands. The latter are enhanced with Super-LumiNova to facilitate reading in the dark. The movement has an 80-hour power reserve, while water resistance is guaranteed to 100 metres. This model is paired with a beige satin strap adding a further touch of style.
This chronograph is housed in a steel case and features a silver-toned dial with a sunburst satin-brushed finish, snailed subdials and a black inner bezel ring, as well as white gold hour-markers and hours & minutes hands. The mechanical heart of the timepiece features a meticulously decorated gold oscillating weight visible through the transparent caseback. It is also equipped with a twin barrel fitted with a column wheel serving to control start, stop and zero-resetting operations for the chronograph function.
For the first time, the iconic Polo model features a mechanical perpetual calendar with a moon-phase display. Featuring a total thickness of just 8.65mm, this ultra-thin timepiece invites the cosmos onto the wrist. The time and date indications are presented on an emerald green dial adorned with a gadroon pattern that is picked up on the steel bracelet. A blend of horological virtuosity, architectural ultra-precision and creative boldness, the new in-house Calibre 1255P beats at the heart of this timepiece.
The Maison has added several new colourful references to its Odyssée collection. Crafted in steel, the case is graced with a curved design and wing-shaped lugs for even greater comfort on the wrist. The meticulously guilloché dial features a subtle shimmer, complemented by the colourfully elegant Roman numerals, hands, crown cabochon and strap. Available in blue, red or green, this quartz-driven timepiece is water-resistant to 30 metres.
Six models round out the iconic collection. Maintaining its vintage design while adopting a slimmer profile, this revisited version in red gold features a smooth bezel, a cream-coloured dial with two counters and Arabic numerals, along with pared-down pushers. The minutes are revealed in a tone-on-tone style at 3 o’clock, echoing the small seconds at 9 o’clock. The more compact oscillating weight is revealed through the transparent back. All the new references are equipped with the COSC-certified B01 in-house movement.
This timepiece with its elegant vintage-inspired design enriches the Continental collection by offering pulsometer, tachymeter and telemeter functions. The sunburst black or silver-toned dial features 30-minute counters at 3 o’clock, small seconds at 9 o’clock and a date window at 6 o’clock. The red central seconds hand echoes the pulsometer indications in the same colour. This stylish timepiece beats to the rhythm of the automatic Bicompax Sellita SW510 calibre and is available with a steel bracelet and black or grey leather straps.
This iconic model is unveiled in a tantalum case that is a first from the Maison. This extremely dense and resistant metal features a dark grey colour with a bluish shimmer that does not fade. The perpetual calendar is minimalist, enabling the beauty of the Grand Feu enamel dial to shine through. The small central hand indicates the months, while a date aperture – featuring the Flash Calendar function – appears at 3 o’clock and a 7-day power-reserve indicator completes the picture at 9 o’clock.
The sophisticated case of this creation bearing the Poinçon de Genève quality hallmark is made of Eon-Gold featuring meticulously crafted finishes. Although the heart of the movement is truly technical, the eye is immediately drawn to the powerful spinels – nicknamed Spin-Stones – encircling the bezel and adorning the movement in shades ranging from red to blue. The self-winding calibre offers a 72-hour power reserve, accompanied by a micro-rotor to minimise vibrations.
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