Seventeen years after its launch, and now an emblem for the brand's watchmaking, the Louis Vuitton Tambour returns as four new Monogram and Graphite models.
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In this early 21st century, table clocks are an invaluable showcase for the imagination and expertise of Fine Watch brands. First in this two-part series are Patek Philippe and Cartier.
End-of-year bonus, bank account in the black, Christmas on the horizon… what better time to indulge in some of that "affordable luxury" we hear so much about. We take the matter in hand with 10 mechanical or quartz watches, with something for every wrist in every style.
Louis Vuitton watchmaker pays homage to Louis Vuitton trunkmaker with this quartz model in four sizes. Both dial and strap borrow from the labels that adorned the luggage of last century's stylish traveller.
It's Dorothy's brick road, it's the Beatles' submarine, it's sunshine on a rainy day. Buttercup, canary, lemon, mustard, straw, honey or saffron, a splash of yellow brings laidback style to the beautiful mechanics on our wrist. "Hey, chicken! You got the time?".
Once an exercise in style intended to leave only the pith and marrow of an existing movement, skeletonization has expanded its territory to include complicated calibres as well as the mechanical movements in women's watches. A virtuoso illustration that less truly can be more.
Launched in 2015, the Escale Time Zone puts a new angle on the multiple time-zone complication. This season's rendition drapes itself in the blue of the ocean and the sky. Climb aboard for a closer look at this visually compelling as well as technically astute watch from the master of travel, Louis Vuitton.
To help pad out the wait, and build excitement, the brands exhibiting at Baselworld traditionally reveal one watch ahead of the show, scheduled March 22 to 27. Here's our pick of twelve of this year's new releases.