Girard-Perregaux unveils the 1966 East to West, in celebration of the 160th anniversary of its trading relationship with Japan, together with Darren Romanelli, the celebrated streetwear designer.
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Bovet introduces its Sunshine Collection starting with a very limited edition of only 7 Brainstorm Chapter Two with a magnificent Yellow Dial.
Zenith has developed a gyroscopic system based on the principle that the regulating organ of a timepiece is never more efficient, in terms of amplitude, than in a perfectly horizontal position. The result, a world first, is the Zenith Christophe Colomb.
The Italian couture house has called on Girard-Perregaux to create a watch to mark its centennial year. The result is an annual calendar model, signed by the couturier and inspired by the Girard-Perregaux 1966 Annual Calendar and Equation of Time.
Dior pays tribute to Monsieur Dior, whose lucky number was eight, with the introduction of a new model to its Christal line. Ergo this latest timepiece has eight time zones and is proposed as a limited edition of eight.
An anniversary model, the Bovet - Pininfarina Tourbillon Ottanta, seals the partnership and celebrates the Italian industrial design firm's 80 years in business. This exceptional timepiece is already being described as the first in a long series.
From its first incarnation with a barrel-shaped case, Chapter One from Maîtres du Temps now lends itself to a round case that is “architecturally-inspired,” in the words of this association of watchmakers, and still with the same fascinating combination of complications.
Developed with watch engineer Jean-François Mojon, Opus X puts circles within circles, inspired by the movement of the planets in endless rotation (see film).