The notoriety of Bvlgari as a watchmaker is not, at this point being talked about. For as far back as five years, the brand has been hyperactive, particularly in the field of super thin pieces – which, despite the fact that we’re talking miniaturization and not complications, certainly is quite possibly the most complex fields of skill in this industry. Today, because of this interview with CEO Jean-Christophe Babin, we have the chance to bring to the table you a review of the 2019 collection that Bvlgari will introduce consistently. Also, by and by, there are some lovely interesting things to discover.
First, super thin, which has been the main field of activity for the brand as of late, is still at the bleeding edge however combined with the utilization of extraordinary materials – something that Bvlgari was popular for in the gems area and that is now applied to watchmaking. Therefore, in 2019 Bvlgari presents the super thin Octo Finissimo Automatic Tourbillon (the thinnest automatic watch in the world…) in a surprisingly current, intense carbon fiber version . It is paper-thin as well as it is now feather-light.
This goes on with Diva Finissima, a ladies’ watch that combines the brand’s ability in high-gems and Haute Horlogerie. Introduced in a shimmering aventurine and precious stone clothing, this watch covers up inside its case a minute repeater development – and, to be exact, the thinnest of all. A noteworthy piece for prepared women.
Our main feature, notwithstanding the new forms of the Diva with a peacock feather dial, the Serpenti in earthy colored earthenware or the Lvcea Tubogas with a skeleton dial, is the Arena Bi-Retro, a watch that isn’t marked Bvlgari however Gerald Genta – and in all decency, it is a genuine joy to see this name and the twofold retrograde/jumping hour show back in collection. More insights regarding this watch here .
More insights concerning Bvlgari and the 2019 collection on www.bulgari.com .