Louis Vuitton Tambour Grey Titanium
A watch enriched by the influence of fashion and leather goods.
The Tambour Grey Titanium was designed by artistic director Kim Jones for his latest Louis Vuitton Autumn-Winter 2018 men’s catwalk show. Inspired by the world of climbing, the watch reinterprets the design codes of the Tambour, created in 2002, with a combination of unique anthracite-grey and orange colours.
Housed within a 41,5 titanium case, with polished horns and crowns, the anthracite-grey dial stamped with the “V” from Gaston-Louis Vuitton’s travel trunks is adorned with fluorescent hour markers and hands. These lively orange tones are a nod to the technical codes of the outdoor wardrobe, one of the central themes of the catwalk show.
Tambour Grey Titanium © Louis Vuitton
The strap is interchangeable in the manner of a snap clasp, and it is made from subtly metallic alligator, like certain bags in the collection. Its production is a tribute to Louis Vuitton’s leather goods craftsmen who are able to transfer their age-old expertise to the expectations of today.
Enriched by the influence of fashion and leather goods, and remaining faithful to the spirit of travel, the Tambour Grey Titanium highlights the coherence of this collection and allows La Fabrique du Temps Louis Vuitton to offer a unique timepiece, animated by a self-winding movement offering a 42-hour power reserve.
True to its founding spirit, Louis Vuitton makes watches that combine excellence, innovation and originality for the benefit of people who love travel and adventure. The watchmakers of La Fabrique du Temps Louis Vuitton in Geneva use their mastery of traditional craftsmanship and modern technology to reinvent the watchmaking of tomorrow.Find out more >
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