LVMH Watch Week: The Most Noteworthy Launches

From January 28th through February 1st, LVMH held its fifth edition of LVMH Watch Week, this time in Miami—or more precisely, on Star Island, Miami’s priciest and most star-studded enclave. Amid the poolside and ocean views from a certain real housewife of Miami’s mansion, the fashion and accessories conglomerate presented the latest timepieces from Bulgari, Hublot, Tag Heuer, Zenith, and the relaunches (under Swiss watch store La Fabrique du Temps Louis Vuitton) of iconic watch brands Gérald Genta and Daniel Roth.

With the reset of these two legendary 21st-century watch brands, iconic timepieces like the Bulgari Bulgari making a comeback, and classics being downsized like Tag Heuer’s Aquaracer Professional 200 Solograph—which debuted in 34mm—LVMH’s watch maisons are taking a step forward while honoring their roots. Below, we’ve put together a list of our six favorite releases from the event.

Zenith Chronomaster Original Triple Calendar

Zenith’s Chronomaster Original Triple Calendar

Courtesy of Zenith

The triple calendar chronograph, which has been available from the house for over 50 years, is one of Zenith’s most recognizable watches. The latest iteration, the Chronomaster Original Triple Calendar, includes a moon phase function, a new feature that was part of the original design of the A386 model from 1969. In fact, the timepiece is not just inspired by the 1969 version but based on the exact blueprints and proportions.

The Chronomaster Original Triple Calendar comes in a 38mm case, steel and leather bracelet options, and several panda-style dial variations, most notably in olive green. Prices start at $13,400.

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