Louis Vuitton has pursued excellence in watchmaking for more than 20 years, building on tradition and innovation. Between the conception of complex movements and the bold creative designs, the House reflects its craftsmanship in the most dazzling ways. At La Fabrique du Temps, a manufacture near Geneva where Louis Vuitton has gathered its watchmaking trades and talents, lays this unparalleled mastery carried out by leading specialists and technicians. For 2023, two of the industry's most admired watchmakers, Gérald Genta and Daniel Roth, are reinventing themselves under the aegis of La Fabrique Du Temps Louis Vuitton, while retaining their own DNA, and for the first time, the Manufacture will be participating in Dubai Watch Week where 3 novelties will be available.
The Tambour Fiery Heart Automa introduces the first in-house self-winding automaton movement. It bears a movement of formidable ingenuity and pin-sharp precision under the candy-bright hues and alluring textures of an engraved grand feu enamel dial with a reminder that there is no rose without its thorn.
The Tambour Moon Flying Tourbillon “Poinçon de Genève” is introduced in two models that complete the color palette of this exceptionally transparent family of watches. Crafted from single blocks of synthetic sapphire, the watch will come in a fluorescent green or yellow case. These transparent creations are true feats of technical and artistic know-how and the first of their kind in watchmaking history to bear the Geneva Seal. They reveal all the secrets of their skillful openwork Manufacture movement driven by a flying tourbillon.
The Tambour Opera Automa pays tribute to the Sichuan Opera’s Bian Lian. The virtuoso decoration of this specific watch presents a traditional mask that comes to life and changes expression on demand. It plays an artistic performance driven by a brilliant movement entirely conceived, developed, and assembled by La Fabrique du Temps Louis Vuitton.