Just in time for the year-end holidays, discover our wish list, featuring iconic products from our Houses. Given the array of exceptional creations by LVMH brands, choosing was definitely not an easy task! From December 19-24, we’re presenting curated selections from the different LVMH branches, in a fantastical and festive décor. Today’s list showcases exceptional Watches & Jewelry products.
1. TAG Heuer, Carrera Calibre 1887 Chronograph
Carrera, the legendary sports watch invented by Jack Heuer in 1963, derives its name from the celebrated Carrera Panamericana sports car racing event across Mexico in the 1950s. This remarkable chronograph represents the motor racing heritage of TAG Heuer and embodies the brand’s values: always ready for a challenge thanks to precision performance and uncompromising modernity.
2. Chaumet, Hortensia ring in pink gold
The latest collection from Chaumet, Hortensia, is a tribute to the intricately beautiful flower (also known as hydrangea), carrying on the tradition of unrivalled excellence from the House’s high jewelry workshop. Diamond stems, milky white opal petals and pink tourmaline pistils compose a bouquet for the collection, mischievously revisiting Chaumet’s signature romantic and poetic style.
3. Fred, Force 10 bracelet in yellow gold and paved white diamonds
Fred Samuel, the founder of Fred, transmitted his passion for the sea and sailing to his sons. In 1966 the elder son came upon the idea of braiding two marine cables, attaching them with two rivets to make a bracelet for his wife. An icon was born. The androgynous jewel has since been revisited and personalized in exciting collections that express the desires of each wearer.
4. Bulgari, Serpenti necklace in white gold and diamonds
A symbol of knowledge in ancient Rome, the snake is a cornerstone of the deep heritage that bonds Bulgari and the eternal city. With its Serpenti collection, the renowned jeweler has continually revisited an icon with timeless chic, inspiring new jewelry collections, watches and leather goods.
5. Zenith, Academy Georges Favre-Jacot
To celebrate its 150th anniversary, Zenith pays homage to its founder, Georges Favre-Jacot. Crafted in a limited edition of just 150 timepieces, the Academy Georges Favre-Jacot is a concentrate of the amazing savoir-faire at the Zenith Manufacture in Le Locle. The open dial aperture reveals the fusée and chain mechanism with the barrel on one side and chain wrapping around the fusée on the other. A look at the inner workings and incredible perfectionism that inspired the founder of Zenith.