The Tourbillon with Three Flying Bridges – Aston Martin Edition is the first timepiece borne of the recently announced partnership between Girard-Perregaux and the British motorist.
In 2021, the LM101 series evolves with technically and aesthetically-upgraded versions distinguished by colourful dial plates, including a stainless-steel version.
The supremely classical pink gilt cabinet of the new Atmos is the epitome of restraint and purity. This is the third variation of a model that also comes with a yellow gilt or rhodiumed cabinet.
Timeless Elegance and sheer perfection for the new F.P.Journe face.
Irrespective of claims that watchmaking is an art akin to painting or sculpture, its embracing of artistic activity, almost independently of its primary function to record time, has sparked a dialogue with a world beyond the purely mechanical.
Born from a pioneering spirit in 2001, and completely redesigned in 2013 to bring it into line with the seafaring theme cherished by Ulysse Nardin, the Freak Cruiser is hoisting the mainsail and heading for blue ocean waters. As spectacular as ever with its flying “Carrousel-Tourbillon” and its Dual Ulysse escapement in silicon, this exceptional timepiece now wears its bezel, rotating lower bridge and rotating upper bridge in deep aquatic colors. Like an old sea-dog, it has acquired the name Blue Cruiser on its voyages.
Giving free rein to its formidable creative audacity, Corum orchestrates an encounter between two of the most fascinating figures in their respective universes: the dragon, a mythical creature symbolizing life and power; and Corum’s exclusive linear or ‘baguette’ movement, an authentic contemporary watchmaking legend.
Five timepieces with moon-phase displays are showcased in front of impressive star atlas images from the “Harmonia Macrocosmica” by Andreas Cellarius.