Last year, Girard-Perregaux celebrated its 225th anniversary and brought back the Laureato limited edition of 225 pieces.
Unexpectedly, the Manufacture this year launches scores of new Laureato watches in different sizes for men and women, with nearly 30 references including tourbillon watches.
The dial, therefore, were printed with “Quartz Chronometer”.
One of the outstanding features of Laureato is the integrated case and bracelet design.
These timepieces are still very well-regarded by watch lovers and aficionados.
And one of the biggest names is Girard-Perregaux Laureato.
Watches with blue dial are no doubt one of the hottest trends in the watch world these years. We’ve seen so many dress watches or sports watches have their size trimmed.
During the 1980s, the Manufacture adjusted the bracelet design from trapezium to H-shaped satin-finished with domed and polished inter-links, echoing the shining bezel.
For the 20th anniversary of the Girard-Perregaux Laureato in 1995, the Manufacture updated the watch with the in-house GP3100 automatic movement, marking it as a mechanical watch.
Getting on the trend, the Laureato adds a gender-neutral 38mm midsize model suitable for both men and women, showcasing the versatility of the Laureato line-up.
The 38mm iteration is feminised on women’s wrist, while a diamond-set bezel would be a lavish option.