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Chanel - Première Camélia Skeleton, prizewinner at the GPHG

Chanel Première Camélia Skeleton, prizewinner at the GPHG

The watch was awarded yesterday with the "Ladies'" prize at the 2017 Grand Prix de l'Horlogerie de Genève.

Chanel was honored for the 4th time at the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève ceremony, for its watch Première Camélia Skeleton, which won the "Ladies'" category. This year, to mark the 30th anniversary of the Première watch, Chanel presented the Première Camélia Skeleton.

This exceptional piece is equipped with the second in-house Chanel movement, the Caliber 2, whose ethereal geometry sketches out the shape of a Camellia flower. The complication of this
movement was in the arrangement of all the different mechanisms, which had to be positioned so that only the three-dimensional form of the camellia flower would be visible. This skeleton movement in deepest black, unique in its genre, thus incarnates one of the iconic symbols of the House.

Created by the Studio of Creation at Place Vendôme, the Calibre 2 is designed, developed and assembled by the Swiss Manufacturer Châtelain.

Première Squelette Camélia, prizewinner at the GPHG

Première Squelette Camélia © Chanel

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Through her life, Gabrielle Chanel embodied strength, character and a fierce desire for independence. Maison CHANEL, avant-garde and constantly innovative, has come down through the decades to become an unmistakable symbol of distinction, elegance and refinement.

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