Now the Artistic Director for Jaeger-LeCoultre, Janek Deleskiewicz has been in the design department of the manufacture for close to 23 years. With such a long history within the brand, you can be sure that his artistic influence stretches across all the collections. Indeed, he was involved in the creation of the Reverso Tourbillon, the Reverso Repetition Minute, the Reverso Septantieme, and even watches within the Master and the Atmos ranges. Deleskiewicz was also the brain behind the Reverso 60eme watch launched in 1991 that can only be described as a masterpiece of horology and elegance, and the world’s smallest Reverso. But the thing that strikes us most about Deleskiewicz is that just like the Reverso, he lives a dual life. On the professional stage, he charts the course of JLC’s watch design, but in his casual space, he is a keen saxophonist, spending the weekends and some of his holidays performing around the world with several bands that he has formed with friends.