LVMH Watch Week 2022: highlights
During the third edition of LVMH Watch Week – with Bulgari, Hublot, Zenith and Tag Heuer – watches are getting more expensive, yellow gold cases are back and a mechanical movement in a high jewelry watch is a nod. deliberate eye at the serious woman’s watch. collector.
The Bulgari Serpenti Misteriosi
2022’s “secret” Serpenti watches – dropping the look when you press the reptile’s forked tongue – have a new mechanical movement. At 12.3 x 2.5mm, the micro-caliber BVL 100 can detach from the head. Shown here is the 40mm rose gold case set with diamonds, turquoise inserts and rubellite eyes. About ₹1.5 crore from April.
Octo Roma Blue Carillon Tourbillon
Featuring three gongs and a superior sound, this update to the Octo Roma Carillon with BVL caliber 428 is a tourbillon minute repeater. It has a striking blue carbon-based coating on the movement and is a modern take on a rugged chime complication. Around ₹2.5 crore from April and limited to 30 coins.
Hublot Big Bang Sang Bleu II
Don’t miss the serious investment in yellow gold cases at Hublot. As well as the Sang Bleu collaboration which never stops giving. The experience of the Swiss tattoo artist Maxime Plescia-Buchi focuses this time on Magic Gold and (presented here) on ceramics. Its geometric design highlights the Unico manufacture HUB1240 self-winding chronograph movement, visible through the skeleton dial. Limited to 200 pieces, approximately ₹20.5 lakh
Zenith Defy 21 Chroma
Zenith is no stranger to color, but this limited edition takes a different route from the Rainbow Runway. Take the matte white ceramic case and the hits of color on the hour markers, movement bridges, rubber strap. Equipped with the El Primero caliber 9004 and impressive with its 1/100th of a second chronograph mechanism. 200 coins and ₹11.6 lakh approx.
Read Rosella Stepheninterview with Antoine PinGeneral Manager of Bulgari Watch Division on weekend.thehindu.com