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.
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After two difficult years, a new era of rationalisation has dawned. Brands have simplified their collections, put their more extravagant creations on hold, and cut back on the métiers d'art. This year's SIHH reveals how fine watch firms are reining it in as they set out to reconquer markets.