Louis Vuitton Unveils New Women's Timepieces at Watches and Wonders 2021
Complete with innovative designs made with precision.
At this year’s virtual Watches and Wonders fair opening, Louis Vuitton has debuted its latest women’s timepieces. Arriving in three different styles, each design is crafted meticulously while serving as an expansion of the fashion house’s watchmaking expertise.
The Tambour Moon Flying Tourbillon “Poinçon de Genève” Sapphire, available in black, blue and pink color options, features a case that is entirely made using a block of sapphire. The transparent skeleton design, the first to be stamped with the Geneva Seal, reveals the flying tourbillon-powered manufacture movement boasting 80 hours of power reserve. Measuring 42.5 mm in diameter, the sapphire case is complete with a crown engraved with LV’s signature branding. The timepiece is paired with an alligator strap and ardillon buckle.
Meanwhile, the Tambour Spin Time Vivienne is a jumping hour timepiece adorned with LV’s iconic monogram flowers. In replacement of the central hand seen on traditional watches, 12 rotating and tilting iterations of the flower display the hour, spinning every 60 minutes. The watch is powered by a mechanical movement boasting 32 hours of power reserve with automatic winding. Rounding out the lineup is the Vivienne Bijou Secret, a design that may seem like a bracelet at first glance. The luxury accessory, featuring over 150 brilliant-cut diamonds, reveals a 21 mm white gold case hidden with its movable face.
Take a look at the three new timepieces revealed at Watches and Wonders 2021 above.