Laureato Absolute Light
Full of Light
The inner strengths of the original model are revealed through an uncompromising masterwork. More sophisticated and more contemporary, it stems from a comprehensive approach to formulating the expression of today's men.
Boldness & Passion
The new Laureato Absolute Passion
Red has been an integral part of Girard-Perregaux’s collections for decades, especially on sporty timepieces evoking the automotive field with which the Manufacture nurtures a rich history. Girard-Perregaux perpetuates this strong heritage with the Laureato Absolute Passion, blending the bold character of the Absolute collection with a passionating red pantone.
A journey in the stars
The Orion trilogy
The trilogy 1966 Orion was created as a poetical reference to Orion’s mythological constellation and its belt consisting of three bright stars easily recognizable at night, on a sparkling dial made of black or blue aventurine.
Girard-Perregaux New Creations
SIHH 2019
Aesthete of the invisible, in 2019 the Maison is exploring the Cosmos, the essence of time, by introducing a new universe of innovative materials and unexpected complications within the fundamental collections, united by a single theme: “Earth to Sky”.
The Majesty of Aventurine glass
A fresh iteration of the iconic Cat's Eye
It’s the story of a journey to Italy, across the ages, gliding through the night beneath a moonlit sky. Offering variations on the theme of its iconic Cat’s Eye, the Manufacture Girard-Perregaux presents new creations exuding a resolutely sophisticated aura.

There is no mystery about a Girard-Perregaux,

simply more than two centuries of craftsmanship and a perpetual commitment to perfection.
New creations

2020

Girard-Perregaux unveils new and stunning creations, heirs of the icons on which the Manufacture has built its reputation over the centuries.

Girard-Perregaux

Heritage and duty

Girard-Perregaux’s oldest roots lie in the work of Jean-François Bautte, the Geneva watchmaker-jeweller who presented his first creations in 1791 and whose succession was acquired in 1906 by Girard-Perregaux, born in 1856 from the union of Constant Girard and Marie Perregaux.

Jean-François Bautte portrait
Heritage and duty