The Swiss watchmaker's second collaboration with the Godfather of Streetwear, Hiroshi Fujiwara, has produced a one-of-a-kind chrono, equipped with the Heuer 02 manufacture movement.
The two partners embarked on a very personal journey to create a unique masterpiece: a Rolls-Royce Wraith Black Badge inspired by Franck Muller’s famous Crazy Hours.
This wolf has for clothing the dial of the new Arceau Awooooo. Crafted in enamel, the canid's silvery fur stands out against a star-studded sky, with just a sliver of moon. This miniature scene is set in a white gold case, mounted on a graphite-grey mat alligator strap.
The silvered guilloché dial, hands, floral numerals and chatons for the hours distinguish this new Rendez-Vous Moon, while the reimagined moon-phase complication shows off the Manufacture's command of the métiers d'art.
First presented in 2016, the Richard Lange Jumping Seconds, a typical example of the Saxon watchmaker's style with its regulator display, returns with a black dial and white gold case.
Two schools have emerged in Fine Watchmaking in recent years, one traditional and one unconventional. In 2019, it would appear that the second category has the upper hand. Take the example of these complicated timepieces, all making their debut at SIHH and all characteristic of a new way of thinking.