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Watches and Wonders 2023: watchmakers re-enchant the great classics


SELECTION - From the Cartier Tank to the Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso, review of the variations of these iconic watches presented at the Geneva Motor Show.

They are like Dorian Gray, but without the dark side of Oscar Wilde's young dandy.

They were born decades ago, sometimes more than a century.

Durable by nature, beautiful watches are just as durable because of their design.

The 2023 edition of the Watches and Wonders trade fair, which is taking place this week in Geneva, is an opportunity to see and review revisited classics.


In this respect, Cartier, the watchmaker of shapes, is undoubtedly the house with the largest number of iconic designs in its collections.

Pieces of which she distils reinterpretations over the seasons.

This time, it's the turn of its charming little feminine bain watch to make a comeback.

Created in 1912, it has constantly been reinvented,”

explains Arnaud Carrez, senior vice-president of Cartier International.

This year, we are introducing its mini version, fitted with a gold bangle bracelet, to create the ultimate jewelry watch.”

At his side, the legendary Tank is also seeing the dedication of…

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Source: lefigaro

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