Who doesn’t love a watch fair? Herein, the best of what we saw at the horological world’s newest festival.
The three-dimensional timepiece was created in celebration of the watchmaker’s 230th anniversary.
The timepiece comes in an extremely limited series of 18 pieces for $146,000.
Bracelets were (unsurprisingly) the go-to choice, while more men branched out with gold.
Similar to the Color Dreams model you’re used to—but elevated.
The duo are revving up for a big year ahead.
Girard-Perregaux Launches Its First E-Commerce Platform With an Ultralight Carbon Glass Laureato Watch
The electric blue and black carbon watch ushers the brand into the digital age.
The wintry timepiece is a first for the brand.
The latest Quasar continues the brand’s foray into futuristic watchmaking.