Louis Vuitton Watches
Louis Vuitton is a French fashion house founded in 1854 by Louis Vuitton. It is famous for producing luxury goods and watches is a domain, they are currently leading in. With its new collection, LV offers three immaculately designed timepieces to revolutionize the utility offered by these gadgets, aims to bring something seamless and stunning for its customers.
These three smartly made watches, namely Escale, Tambour, and Voyage have different fortes starting from offering dedicated fitness support to helping out the travelers to keep track of the times in different zones of the world.
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History of LOUIS VUITTON
The watch-making tycoon, Louis Vuitton, has a career trajectory of its own. Its inception leads us back to a shop in Paris near the Place Vendome of 1854, where the brand gained success due to its superbly designed and innovative fashion accessories. The label's LV monogram appears on most of its products, ranging from luxury trunks and leather goods to ready-to-wear, shoes, watches, jewelry, accessories, sunglasses and books. Today, Louis Vuitton is one of the world's leading international fashion houses, which produces watches for women and men.
Louis Vuitton’s initial years of watch-making started from 2002 when it launched its first series of watches, the Tambour. This masterpiece has become so immensely popular due to its unique design and intriguing name that it was later made available for both men and women. In addition to this, what makes this watch even more special is that its variants range from simple three-handers to pretty complex ones which include chronographs, tourbillons, Spin Time, minute repeaters and GMT – the latter a reminder of the company’s origins in travel.
LV launched its four Tambour “Icon” watches which have the essence of Louis Vuitton in them, especially Tambour Damier Graphite and Tambour Monogram. The pattern of these gorgeous watches is very suggestive of the name of the brand, as they have the name engraved on the straps and the dials. This variant is the latest among men’s luxury watches. This is how these patterns came into existence. To retain the wild success, Louis Vuitton, in the late 19th century, wanted to set itself apart from its rivals by transforming its flat-top streamer trunks with a new canvas of alternating brown and beige squares, which was called the Damier canvas. Due to the presence of several imitators in the market, Louis Vuitton’s son and heir Georges Vuitton worked out a new Monogram canvas in 1896 which was inspired by four-petal flowers on the Gien earthenware tiles in the family kitchen in Asnières, which latterly became the base of the brand’s identity.
The dial of the new watches incorporate hallowed patterns, show the texture of the canvas recreated by engraved steel, which is printed to make them look like the trendiest men’s luxury watch. It was made possible by the skilled craftsmen, who are the dial experts at La Fabrique du Temps Louis Vuitton in Geneva.
In 2009, Louis Vuitton launched Spin Time movement, a product completely designed and assembled by it. This advanced movement was equipped with innovative and exclusive time display.
To make sure that the business expands and runs smoothly, Louis Vuitton took over La Fabrique du Temps in Geneva in 2011. Owned by Michel Navas and Enrico Barbasini, the watch-making Gurus, the company aimed at intuitive solutions and contemporary design codes by developing a stellar approach to complexities of the domain. In 2014, the brand constructed its manufacturing unit in Meyrin, which was the one-stop destination for R&D, movement production and dial making. Later in the year the company inaugurated La Fabrique du Temps Louis Vuitton and launched the legendary Escale Worldtime watch. Further, the launch of Louis Vuitton watch, Tambour made Louis Vuitton an upholder in the watch-making domain.
By acing their watchmaking game by traditional craftsmanship, Louis Vuitton acquired the Geneva Hallmark for the first time in 2016, for the Voyager Flying Tourbillon, “Poinçon de Genève”. This elegant timepiece and the award of the exclusive certification became a milestone in the history of watch-making. It was basically a crown on the company’s head.
On the 10th anniversary of the launch of the Spin Time movement in 2019, Louis Vuitton launched the Tambour Spin Time Air Collection.
Mentioned below are the company’s different watches offered under this collection:
This Louis Vuitton watch variant is a tribute to the love of traveling and a popular Louis Vuitton trunk, which carries impeccably colorful motifs and aesthetic features. This utilitarian watch is made for travelers incorporating a World-time function developed by La Fabrique du Temps Louis Vuitton.
The Tambour is recognized because of its seamless body, sleek design, and legitimacy, which have made it one of the company's icons. It is further enhanced by the 12 letter design of the company name around and outside of the case making. Tambour is a go-to lifestyle gadget for both men and women.
With a GMT function justifying the company’s adventurous vibe, Voyage has a blend of modern and contemporary design specially made for the modern global-trotters.
Louis Vuitton, thus yet again, outperforms itself in terms of innovation and pushing the limits to create something never seen before. It certainly has succeeded to dominate the watch-making industry and the market by mixing fashion and fitness in an utmost interesting manner. To bring something new on the table and to offer more to its customers, who seek to use these gadgets for more than just knowing the time, the brand has stood out in all respects.