CHRONOS THAT DON’T LOOK TOO CHRONO
Timepieces that marry dress and craft in one package.
For Corporate Takeovers: Girard Perregaux’s Laureato Chronograph
When Girard Perregaux says 2018 is the year of its Laureato – known for its distinctive octagonalshaped bezel and cool elegance – it means it. The Swiss brand has launched two of them, and this one, the second, is the first chrono in the range. It’s powered by a self-winding chronograph movement with a 46hour power reserve. In either 38mm or 42mm steel or pink gold, with a steel bracelet or alligator strap, and three dial colours – silver, black or dark blue. $19,200$41,700.