LOUIS VUIT­TON

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Avant-garde time­pieces have al­ways been a sig­na­ture of the Tam­bour col­lec­tion, which launched in 2002. Last year, the line was ex­panded to in­clude Louis Vuit­ton’s first smart­watch – the Tam­bour Hori­zon – while at the end of this year, the mai­son will re­lease two ta­ble clocks along­side an up­dated edit of watches for men and women, un­der the Tam­bour World Tour col­lec­tion. Fit­tingly for a house that built its rep­u­ta­tion cre­at­ing lug­gage, the World Tour line cel­e­brates the art of travel and refers to the orig­i­nal Gas­ton-Louis Vuit­ton col­lec­tion, with its per­son­alised lug­gage la­bels. The steel ver­sion of the Tam­bour ta­ble clock (pic­tured) comes with the brand’s sig­na­ture Damier print, in a mas­cu­line cobalt, with travel stick­ers su­per­im­posed on the dial, plus a rocket-shaped hand, all en­cased in a glob­u­lar sap­phire crys­tal. The all-black clock, mean­while, rein­ter­prets LV’s clas­sic Gas­ton V sig­na­ture with a con­tem­po­rary tone-on­tone de­sign. Both clocks are fit­ted with a GMT func­tion, al­low­ing jet-set­ters to si­mul­ta­ne­ously con­sult two time zones. www.louisvuit­ton.com

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