Louis Vuitton is opening a new chapter in its Great Complications saga by offering a Tambour Monogram Tourbillon in white gold.
A new face for the collection’s star piece.
The exceptional Tourbillon is seen as the most illustrious of complications and has become the ambassador for the Maison’s watchmaking dimension.
Pink gold makes way for white gold, but its manufacture mechanism remains unchanged. The self-winding Tourbillon movement designed by La Fabrique du Temps Louis Vuitton is still housed in the case. The LV80 calibre keeps time at 28,800 vibrations/hour and offers a 35hour power reserve.
Visible through the sapphire back, it reveals its Geneva Stripes decoration that adopts a sunray motif in harmony with the guillochage on the mother-of-pearl and diamond dial, while the lozine remains engraved on the oscillating weight.