2018 is another gracious year for the Laureato by Girard-Perregaux. To celebrate this iconic timepiece, the Haute Horlogerie Maison unveils a new feminine version, the Laureato 38 mm White Ceramic.
Relaunched in 2016 with a limited edition in tribute to Girard-Perregaux’s 225thanniversary, the Laureato family today is back to the place it deserves, as a core collection.
A timepiece characterized by a unique and distinctive design made even more unique by an exquisite sense for detail, excellent timing ability and great taste, the Laureato belongs to those families of iconic watches that are globally recognised as such.
The octagonal bezel is positioned on an integrated case and the use of the ceramic exalts the timepiece’s ergonomic qualities. Both the bezel and the case are made of steel, to exalt light and its design intensity. The steel colour is also recalled by the indexes on the dial and by the hands.
An architectural timepiece, the Laureato 38 mm White Ceramic interprets contemporary design codes, by adopting the ceramic as a natural extension of his.
The white colour, denoting fashion, purity, and freshness dresses up the watch with natural grace. Its heart is a mechanical automatic movement, the GP03300-0030, which offers 46 hours of power reserve.
The Laureato 38 mm’s bracelet is an original element of design. The large matt and h-shaped links are entirely modelled in white ceramic. A sporty alternative comes in white rubber with white ceramic folding clasp.
The play of contrasts between matt and glossy surfaces enhances its three-dimensional volumes and gives life to the timepiece despite white being a “non-colour” and tending to absorb the details.
A bracelet that confers the watch an absolute comfort and an exceptional softness on the wrist.
Thanks to this new livery, the Laureato gives proof, once again, of its design’s strength and relevance, and of its ability to renew itself through new stylistic interpretations and new materials. CC