First imagined by the Le Sentier firm in 1959, this new interpretation in white gold swathed with diamonds is fitted with the legendary Calibre 101, the smallest mechanical movement in the world.
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Ahead of El Día de los Muertos, L'Epée 1839 resurrects its Requiem skull clock, this time in a Black & Palladium version.
The Carrera Lady's new design shines across this 36mm collection, with bold colours and maximum readability. Powered by mechanical or quartz movements, they bring distinction and performance.
Christophe Claret presents Loma, a monopusher chronograph with a cathedral-gong striking mechanism and constant-force escapement, dedicated to the brand's new ambassador, the Ukrainian champion boxer Vasyl Lomachenko.
Roger Dubuis lit up Osaka at an exclusive event to celebrate the launch of the Excalibur Blacklight trilogy.
These past two years, the HM7 Aquapod has made its mark with its jellyfish aesthetic, flying tourbillon and perfect symmetry. It returns as a Platinum Red version with three-dimensional "floating" numerals.
The Récital 27 from Bovet 1822 presents a triple time zone display, moon phases and a seven-day power reserve. All the complications have been engineered to fit inside the emblematic "writing slope" case.
Guitars, watches, Wild Customs, Hublot and, bringing them all together, Laurent Picciotto who in 2008 opened the first Hublot boutique anywhere in the world in Paris, and has been present since the launch of the artisan guitar workshop. Their point of fusion: the Classic Fusion Wild Customs.