In 38 or 34mm versions, powered by a mechanical self-winding or a quartz movement and brimming with peppy colours, the five models of the Summer Edition 2018 from Girard-Perregaux set a vibrant new upbeat tone.
On Tuesday 26th June, set against a glistening Sydney Harbour at Sunset, Girard-Perregaux Australia, in collaboration with local arts educators, took guests of The Hour Glass Sydney on a creative journey inspired by the finishes of Girard-Perregaux Laureato.
Marking a new step in Girard-Perregaux’ digital strategy, the Maison proudly announces its partnership with Farfetch.com, the leading global technology platform for the luxury industry. As of now, it will be offering enthusiasts forty or so men’s and women’s models from the Maison, available in more than 100 countries.
At the 71st edition of the Cannes Film Festival, stellar models lit up the red carpet with an official selection comprising glamorous and stylish icons from the Cat's Eye, Bridges and Laureato Collections.
Its name is a journey in its own right. It is the direct “descendant” of a masterpiece from the Girard-Perregaux Historical collections: La Esmeralda Tourbillon with Three Gold Bridges, created by Constant Girard-Perregaux and awarded a Gold Medal at the 1889 Paris Universal Exhibition.
A true technological and aesthetic revolution, the Minute Repeater Tri-Axial Tourbillon epitomises the contemporary approach to horological complications adopted by the Manufacture Girard-Perregaux.
Girard-Perregaux unveiled its makeover at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) in Geneva from January 15th to 19th 2018.
In unveiling the first ever skeleton version of its Neo Tourbillon with Three Bridges, Girard-Perregaux is showcasing a new exercise in horological architecture.
Girard-Perregaux celebrates the excellence of its heritage with two new pink gold Classic Bridges models. In a 45 mm version designed for sturdier wrists, or exuding discreet elegance in a 40 mm iteration, these two timepieces have a lot going for them.
Two years after its return to the Girard-Perregaux collections, the Laureato is writing a new chapter in its history with the introduction of an enriched range of chronographs.