Back in 2002, Louis Vuitton and Tambour first entered the field of watchmaking. This is a watch that has never been seen before, integrating all the value of the brand into the design: 12 ‘LouisVuitton’ Engraved on the case, corresponding to the 12-hour time mark, the brown dial is inspired by the famous Monogram, and the yellow second hand is reminiscent of the wax line of Louis Vuitton bags.
Tambour offers a wide range of models-from simple three-pin quartz models to highly sophisticated versions-combined with a timeless look and continuously upgraded technical performance, it has become a symbol of status. Today, Louis Vuitton has added two new Monogram models to the Tambour collection.
Immediately after, Louis Vuitton will also release the new TamburDamierGraphite watch. The dial experts at the LaFabriqueduTemps workshop in Geneva relied on the superb skills to perfectly integrate the classic case with the new dial, faithfully reproducing the design charm of Monogram and DamierGraphite canvas.
The new TamborMonogram watch has a built-in quartz movement that powers the hour, minute and second display. The new watch features a stainless steel case and is available in 28, 34 and 39.5 mm versions. The polished rhodium-plated hour and minute hands are coated with Superluminova fluorescent material, and the second hand is decorated in traditional yellow. The dial is engraved and printed with a Monogram pattern, and the strap is made of Monogram canvas with an Ardillon buckle. The strap uses the patented replacement system invented by Louis Vuitton. The wearer can freely match it, perfectly adapt to any occasion, and show a unique personality. (Photo / text watch home Xu Chaoyang)