Piaget’s Time Traveler

Piaget has created a timepiece set to adapt to every irregularity of our Gregorian calendar, including leap years and daylight savings times, up to the year 2100. The Emperador Coussin Perpetual Calendar signifies a departure from the brand’s classic dress watch with the Calibre 855P, which was designed, developed, and produced entirely in-house. The Emperador Coussin line is linked to the theme of travel, and as a signature feature each timepiece includes the addition of a double-hand dual-time-zone display appearing in a sub-dial at 8 o’clock. An 18-karat white gold version of the Calibre 855P is available for $71,100, and a pink gold model is $70,050. Only 25 of each model will be produced for the first year. (www.piaget.com)

—Alexandra Foster

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