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Carrera Chronograph 60th Anniversary | Image: TAG Heuer

Best Watches of LVMH Watch Week 2023

With the dust still settling on a hectic new year celebration, the watch world again turns its attention to Singapore. The ever-evolving LVMH Watch Week 2023 officially kicks off on 10 January and (despite the name), runs until January 12, marking the first major horological event of the year. Over the three-day event, LVMH brand staples TAG Heuer, Zenith, Hublot, Bulgari and of course, Louis Vuitton itself will be debuting their newest and most innovative timepieces. For watch fans, Christmas has come very, very early.

In this LVMH Watch Week 2023 article…

Carrera Chronograph 60th Anniversary | Image: TAG Heuer

Carrera Chronograph 60th Anniversary | Image: TAG Heuer

TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph 60th Anniversary Edition

Six decades after the original Carrera watch was unveiled, TAG Heuer has revisited the classic silhouette. The heritage-themed timepiece is limited to just 600 examples worldwide and judging by the first look, they’ll go quickly. The TAG Heuer Carrera 60th Anniversary Edition takes inspiration from the 1960s 2447 SN reference and features the iconic ‘panda’ dial. Unlike the original’s hand-wound Valjoux movement, however, the new 39mm iteration is backed by some seriously modern firepower.

Inside the sapphire crystal case back, you find the Heuer 02, TAG Heuer’s 80-hour in-house automatic chronograph calibre. A powerful piece of horological technology, this calibre brings the timepiece into the modern age, however, it does keep many of the design hallmarks that made the ref.2447 SN special. The 60th Anniversary Editions arrives in a polished steel case, topped by a raised profile ‘glass box’ in sapphire crystal, which, along with the vintage pushers, beige lume and slimline tension ring around the dial’s outer edge, gives the watch much of its retro look.

Brand: TAG Heuer
Model: Carrera Chronograph 60th Anniversary
Reference: CBK221H.FC8317
Movement: Calibre HEUER 02 Automatic
Diameter: 39mm
Case: Steel Polished
Availability: January 2023/600 units

Aquaracer Professional 200 Solargraph | Image: TAG Heuer

Aquaracer Professional 200 Solargraph | Image: TAG Heuer

TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 200 Solargraph

After stunning Watches & Wonders last year with the Aquaracer Solargraph, TAG Heuer has returned with a new edition. The Aquaracer Professional 200 Solargraph takes many of the lessons learned from the initial solar-powered machine and builds upon them, with remarkable results. This time around, the Solargraph is wrapped in titanium, improving quality and durability even further. Best of all, there’s no need to change the watch’s battery as it’s recharged by the sun or artificial light.

“A two-minute exposure to direct sunlight is enough to power the watch for an entire day,” TAG Heuer said. “Once fully charged, after less than 20 hours in the sun, the watch can run for up to six months with no light exposure. If the timepiece stops ticking, it only needs exposure to any light source for ten seconds to get it started again, thanks to its ultra-efficient recharge time.”

In order to make the new Solargraph work, TAG Heuer partnered with the Manufacture La Joux-Perret in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland to develop a new calibre TH50-00. Developed and manufactured exclusively for TAG Heuer, the Caliber TH50-00 has a five-year extended warranty, ensuring peace of mind when out on the trails. TAG Heuer revealed that the new Aquaracer Professional 200 Solargraph will be available for purchase starting in February 2023.

Brand: TAG Heuer
Model: Aquaracer Professional 200 Solargraph
Reference: WBP1180.BF0000
Movement: TH50-00
Diameter: 40mm
Dial: Black Sunray brushed dial
Case: Titanium grade 2 sandblasted
Availability: February 2023

Monza Flyback Chronometer | Image: TAG Heuer

Monza Flyback Chronometer | Image: TAG Heuer

TAG Heuer Monza Flyback Chronometer

The long-fabled relationship between TAG Heuer and motorsport took another step at LVMH Watch Week 2023, courtesy of the Monza Flyback Chronometer. The special edition 42mm timepiece is made of ultra-lightweight resistant carbon and features a striking black dial with two-register layout. More specifically, you can find a translucent fumé blue sapphire crystal chronograph counter at 3 and the permanent second at 6 o’clock, while the unique skeletonised dial reveals the stunning in-house Calibre Heuer 02 Flyback movement underneath.

For racing fans, the new TAG Heuer Monza Flyback Chronometer offers three functions designed for the track. Namely, a chronograph, a tachymeter scale that indicates average speed for a 1-kilometre or 1-mile distance and a pulsometer, which helps determine one’s heart rate per minute. From there, red details on the dial such as the sub-counter hands and the framing of the date window are designed to evoke “exhilarating speed and racing hearts”, which, judging by the reaction in the room was this was first unveiled, it has nailed.

“We are delighted to reintroduce the TAG Heuer Monza, one of our most important designs that holds such rich emotional and historic motorsport heritage,” Frédéric Arnault, CEO of TAG Heuer said. “The 2023 TAG Heuer Monza is a very special reinterpretation of its famed ancestor, in which its unmistakable racing spirit comes alive in a bold and resolutely modern way, showcasing TAG Heuer’s most advanced expertise in dial design and performance timekeeping.”

Brand: TAG Heuer
Model: Monza Flyback Chronometer
Reference: CR5090.FN6001
Movement: TAG Heuer Calibre Heuer 02 COSC Flyback
Diameter: 42mm
Dial: Black fine-brushed dial
Case: Carbon case
Availability: January 2023

Connected Calibre E4 Sport Edition | Image: TAG Heuer

Connected Calibre E4 Sport Edition | Image: TAG Heuer

TAG Heuer Connected Calibre E4 Sport Edition

A major focus for TAG Heuer over LVMH Watch Week 2023 was the Connected line. TAG Heuer’s marquee smartwatch range copped a host of fresh faces, including the 45mm Connect Calibre E4 Sport Edition. With a number of new functions and a redesigned strap, the Sport Edition can now monitor any sporting activity with a wider range of data, including a new Trail & Hiking application for runners and adventurers. TAG Heuer has also boosted the steel crown with a rubber insert on all 45-mm models, making it easier to grip, even with wet hands.

Brand: TAG Heuer
Model: Connected Calibre E4 Sport Edition
Reference: SBR8A80.EB0259
Movement: Calibre E4
Diameter: 45mm
Case: Sandblasted black DLC Grade 2 titanium case
Availability: January 2023

Connected Calibre E4 Titanium Edition | Image: TAG Heuer

Connected Calibre E4 Titanium Edition | Image: TAG Heuer

TAG Heuer Connected Calibre E4 Titanium Edition

In keeping with the recent trend toward smaller timepieces, TAG Heuer also revealed a slimmed-down version of the Calibre E4, this time bathed in a deep black titanium. The 42mm smartwatch maintains the same signature chronograph-inspired design, which includes a black steel rotating crown and matching pushers used for interface navigation, and a high-end digital experience. The entire case is crafted from DLC Grade 2 titanium, with the large 1.28′′ OLED screen protected by a domed sapphire crystal.

Brand: TAG Heuer
Model: Connected Calibre E4 Titanium Edition
Reference: SBR8081.BT6299
Movement: Calibre E4
Diameter: 42mm
Case: Sandblasted black DLC Grade 2 titanium case
Availability: February 2023

DEFY Skyline Skeleton | Image: Zenith

DEFY Skyline Skeleton | Image: Zenith

Zenith DEFY Skyline Skeleton

Zenith kicked off its LVMH Watch Week 2023 campaign with a number of new additions to the DEFY Skyline range, the most important of which was the DEFY Skyline Skeleton. With two variations, a blue-toned openworked dial or a black-toned openworked dial, the new releases represent a more modern approach to watchmaking from LVMH Group’s most revered producer. According to Zenith CEO Julien Tornare, the latest DEFY Skyline Skeleton pieces were inspired by modern cityscapes where structures and light are bound in a constantly moving interplay.

“In just one year, the DEFY Skyline has become one of the most in-demand lines for Zenith. Its strong visual identity, unique movement and effortless versatility have made it a compelling choice within the sporty steel bracelet segment,” Tornare said. “It’s a purely modern creation that’s full of details that carry on the enduring legacy of the DEFY collection that goes back to 1969. This year, the collection is growing with a new skeleton version featuring a bold and futuristic design, as well as mid-size unisex version of the DEFY Skyline in 36mm with some vibrant dial colours. We’re really excited to witness the completion of the DEFY collection with these dynamic new references.”

Importantly, Zenith claims the new release is the world’s first skeleton watch featuring a 1/10th of a second indicator. Housed within an angular 41mm steel case at 6 o’clock, you’ll find the constantly running 1/10th of a second counter making steady jumps in fixed increments, completing one revolution every 10 seconds. It’s a unique function that is powered by the high-frequency automatic El Primero 3620 SK calibre, whihc is. among the traditional maison’s best-loved movements. Truly stunning work from Zenith.

Brand: Zenith
Model: DEFY Skyline Skeleton
Reference: 03.9300.3620/79.I001, 03.9300.3620/78.I001
Movement: El Primero 3620 Automatic
Diameter: 41mm
Dial: Blue-toned Openworked dial, Black-toned Openworked dial
Case: Stainless Steel
Power Reserve: Approx. 60 hours
Price: 10,900 CHF/AUD$16,100

DEFY Skyline Boutique | Image: Zenith

DEFY Skyline Boutique | Image: Zenith

Zenith DEFY Skyline Boutique

After the success of the DEFY Skyline Collection last year, it’s little wonder Zenith has returned with a boutique-exclusive edition. The new Zenith DEFY Skyline Boutique is a 41mm steel release with a characteristic dodecagonal bezel that recalls the original DEFY wristwatches from the 1960s. Where this one differed, however, is in the radiant anthracite dial, which arrives engraved with a rose gold motif and set with rose gold hands and hour markers. Perhaps most impressive of all, Zenith has managed to capture a constellation of golden stars twinkling against the night sky by recalling the ZENITH emblem found in past references, engraving them on the dial, and then plating them with rose gold.

Much like the Zenith DEFY Skyline Skeleton, this release is powered by the El Primero 3620 automatic high-frequency calibre and features a unique running 1/10th of a second indicator that’s driven directly from the 5Hz escapement. The DEFY Skyline Boutique Edition is delivered on a steel bracelet with a satin-brushed surface with chamfered and polished edges, seamlessly following the contours of the angular case.

Brand: Zenith
Model: DEFY Skyline Boutique
Reference: 03.9300.3620/02.I001
Movement: El Primero 3620
Diameter: 41mm
Dial: Slate-grey-toned sunray-patterned
Case: Stainless Steel
Power Reserve: 80 hours
Price: 8,900 CHF/AUD$13,400

DEFY Extreme Glacier | Image: Zenith

DEFY Extreme Glacier | Image: Zenith

Zenith DEFY Extreme Glacier

For its final release for LVMH Watch Week 2023, Zenith set its phasers to ‘extreme’. Following the DEFY Extreme Desert that was unveiled back in 2021, the new DEFY Extreme Glacier represents the collection’s most durable and rugged piece, capable of withstanding the most torrid of conditions

Inspired by frozen barren landscapes, this stunning piece of horological ingenuity features a titanium case, designed specifically to protect the pushers, while the dodecagonal bezel is crafted from chalcedony, a crystalline semi-translucent stone with a pale blue hue. Like its stablemates, the DEFY Extreme Glacier’s open dial reveals the inner workings of the innovative and singular El Primero 1/100th of a second automatic high-frequency chronograph calibre. Here, you’ll find two regulating organs beating at 50Hz for the chronograph and 5Hz for the timekeeping.

Keeping with the ice-cold theme, the chronograph counters are made in a transparent sapphire crystal that has been treated to a frosted finish. The DEFY Extreme Glacier is made in a limited edition of 50 pieces, available exclusively at ZENITH physical and online boutiques.

Brand: Zenith
Model: DEFY Extreme Glacier
Reference: 95.9201.9004/25.I001
Movement: El Primero 9004 in-house calibre
Diameter: 45mm
Dial: Sapphire crystal dial with applied chronograph counters
Case: Micro-blasted or brushed and polished finishing titanium
Power Reserve: 50 hours
Price: 25,900 CHF/AUD$40,000

Big Bang Tourbillon Automatic Saxem Yellow Neon | Image: Hublot

Big Bang Tourbillon Automatic Saxem Yellow Neon | Image: Hublot

Hublot Big Bang Tourbillon Automatic Saxem Yellow Neon

For LVMH Watch Week 2023, avant-garde specialist Hublot went out of this world, quite literally. The watchmaker unveiled the Big Bang Tourbillon Automatic Saxem Yellow Neon, a new variation of the hit timepiece crafted from (you guessed it) Saxem, a material often used in satellites and lasers.  While you could argue the goal in using the material was to make the timepiece more robust, in essence, Hublot has harnessed Saxem as a method to produce unique colourways – this time opting for a neon yellow semi-translucent finish. According to Hublot CEO Ricardo Guadalupe, the process to nail the colour was harder than you may think.

“It has taken us almost three years of research, after the MP-11 Emerald Green to develop a new colour fit for our Big Bang that would be totally transparent and completely resistant,” Guadalupe said. ” Once again, Hublot is pushing the possibilities of technology and aesthetics and fuses them to create a unique neon yellow manufacture piece.”

Colourways aside, the new Big Bang is also a stunningly intricate piece. It is powered by the HUB6035 self-winding manufacture calibre, complete with a micro-rotor so as to not conceal the back of the movement. The fully-skeletonised design allows for complete visibility, which is key when you have an addition as complex as a tourbillon at the heart. Limited to just 50 pieces worldwide, the Hublot Big Bang Tourbillon Automatic Saxem Yellow Neon is priced at a cool CHF 200,000 (AUD$310,000).

Brand: Hublot
Model: Big Bang Tourbillon Automatic Saxem Yellow Neon
Reference: 429.JY.0120.RT
Movement: HUB6035 Manufacture automatic tourbillon
Diameter: 44mm
Dial: Skeletonised
Case: Polished neon yellow Saxem
Power Reserve: 72 hours
Price: 200,000 CHF (AUD$310,000)

Big Bang Integrated Rainbow | Image: Hublot

Big Bang Integrated Rainbow | Image: Hublot

Hublot Big Bang Integrated Rainbow and Big Bang Unico Time Only Rainbow

In addition to the hyper-colour Saxem release, Hublot also revealed two similarly glitzy new Big Bangs. The Hublot Big Bang Integrated Rainbow and Big Bang Unico Time Only Rainbow arrived adorned with a series of translucent gemstones of varying colours, responsible for their namesake’s design. A mixture of ruby, amethyst, blue topaz, tsavorite and a bevy of coloured sapphires make up the two timepieces, with 174 on the Big Bang Integrated and 176 on the Time Only, respectively.

Interestingly, these new watches are also cut from King Gold, a Hublot specialty that the brand claims offers a ‘warmer fold colour’ than the traditional 18K 5N. Separting the two pieces is the movement within, with the 42mm Integrated chronograph powered by the Unico manufacture self-winding, while the 40mm Time Only features the MHUB1710 self-winding movement.

Brand: Hublot
Model: Big Bang Integrated Rainbow/Big Bang Unico Time Only Rainbow
Reference: 451.OX.1180.OX.3999/456.OX.0180.OX.3999
Movement: MHUB1280 Unico manufacture/MHUB1710 self-winding
Diameter: 42mm/40mm
Dial: Matte black skeleton/Sapphire crystal
Case: Satin-finished 18K King Gold set with 54 baguette-cut coloured gemstones/Satin-finished 18K King Gold set
Power Reserve: 72 hours/50 hours
Price: 160,000 CHF (AUD$248,000)/150,000 CHF (AUD$230,000)

Big Bang Unico Sorai | Image: Hublot

Big Bang Unico Sorai | Image: Hublot

Hublot Big Bang Unico Sorai

Fans of Hublot will note that the brand has been supporting SORAI – Save Our Rhinos Africa India – an organisation founded by Hublot ambassador and former test cricket star Kevin Pieterson, since 2019. For Watch Week this year, the brand reaffirmed its commitment to the enterprise by releasing the new Big Bang Unico Sorai, the third such watch to feature in the series. As with the previous two, part of the proceeds from the sale of the 100 pieces will be donated to SORAI, helping to keep rhinos safe from poachers.

This latest Hublot Big Bang Unico Sorai arrives in a polished and micro-blasted rhino-grey ceramic developed specifically for the piece and comes complete with an openworked dial in stunning colour. Inside the 44mm case, you’ll find the Unico self-winding manufacture movement with a 72-hour power reserve.

Brand: Hublot
Model: Big Bang Unico Sorai
Reference: 421.FX.8099.NR.SOA23
Movement: MHUB1280 UNICO 2 Manufature
Diameter: 44mm
Dial: Matte grey skeleton with ‘Rhinoceros’ applique at 09:00
Case: Micro-blasted and polished grey ceramic
Power Reserve: 72 hours
Price: 22,900 CHF (AUD$34,000)

Classic Fusion Original | Image: Hublot

Classic Fusion Original | Image: Hublot

Hublot Classic Fusion Original

Revisiting Carlo Crocco’s original design, Hublot took a stab at a new series of Classic Fusion releases as well. Copping the instantly recognisable rubber strap, it’s easy to see where the brand has based its foundations, however, there are a bunch of new additions thrown in for good measure. This time around, the logo is a little more contemporary and the addition of new case materials certainly hasn’t been lost on fans. There are now yellow gold, titanium and ceramic models, each available in 42mm, 38mm and 33mm. There’s not a huge amount that has changed on this one but you could argue that it is a good thing.

Brand: Hublot
Model: Classic Fusion Original
Reference: 542.NX.1270.RX.MDM (Titanium), 542.CX.1270.RX.MHM (Black Magic), 542.VX.1230.RX.MDM (Yellow Gold)
Movement: MHUB1110 self-winding
Diameter: 42mm
Dial: Polished black
Case: Satin-finished titanium, Black ceramic, or 18K yellow gold
Power Reserve: 42 hours
Price: 7,800 CHF (AUD$12,000) – Titanium, 9,500 CHF (AUD$14,700) – Black magic, 22,900 CHF (AUD$35,500) – Yellow Gold

Big Bang Unico Cheval Blanc Randheli | Image: Hublot

Big Bang Unico Cheval Blanc Randheli | Image: Hublot

Hublot Big Bang Unico Cheval Blanc Randheli

Hublot long history with luxury resort Chval Blanc Ranbheli also got a mention at LVMH Watch Week 2023, with the brand unveiling a new Big Bang Unico and Big Bang Once Click timepiece to honour the hotel’s ninth anniversary. Both release cop a pop of yellow to represent the beaming sun, set against an alligator strap in white and warm grey and a polished yellow ceramic bezel.

Brand: Hublot
Model: Big Bang Unico Cheval Blanc Randheli
Reference: 441.NY.3192.LR.CBR22
Movement: HUB1280 Unico manufacture
Diameter: 42mm
Dial: Polished black
Case: Satin-finished titanium
Power Reserve: 72 hours
Price: 22,500 CHF (AUD$35,000)

Spirit of Big Bang Carbon Blue | Image: Hublot

Spirit of Big Bang Carbon Blue | Image: Hublot

Hublot Spirit of Big Bang Carbon Blue and Purple Sapphire

While the details surrounding the new Spirit of Big Bang models are fairly scant right now, Hublot did give us a brief look at the Carbon Blue and Purple Sapphire releases. Judging by the initial photos, the Carbon Blue model harks back to the Spirit of Big Bang Tourbillon that debuted back in January 2021, courtesy of the carbon case with white micro-glass fibres. As a result, you can expect this new timepiece to fetch well into the six-figure mark, but more will be revealed later this week.

Brand: Hublot
Model: Spirit of Big Bang Carbon Blue/ Purple Sapphire

Diva's Dream | Image: Bulgari

Diva’s Dream | Image: Bulgari

Bulgari Diva’s Dream

For LVMH Watch Week 2023, fine jewellery producer Bulgari reimagined one of its most revered necklaces as a stunning piece of horological ingenuity. Eight of the iconic fan-shape designs that the Diva’s Dream is best known for now sit around a mother-of-pearl dial, framing the timepiece with unparalleled glamour. In between each fan, Bulgari has dropped a series of large gemstones, giving an even more outrageous finish.

Brand: Bulgari
Model: Diva’s Dream
Movement: Quartz
Diameter: 33mm
Dial: Mother-of-Pearl
Case: 18K Rose Gold

Diva's Dream Mosaica | Image: Bulgari

Diva’s Dream Mosaica | Image: Bulgari

Bulgari Diva’s Dream Mosaica

Taking things even further, the new Bulgari Diva’s Dream Mosaica once again rehashes the classic fan-shape, but in an entirely different way. Here, the unique silhouette is found across the pattern dial, which arrives virtually exploding with jewels. The mosaic tapestry-like effect gives the finish a more art-deco aesthetic, which feels fittingly lavish. At 37mm, this Mosaic is a big step up in size from the standard Diva’s Dream, but the addition of the mechanical BVL 191 movement with automatic winding makes this a necessity. Truly stunning work from Bulgari.

Brand: Bulgari
Model: Diva’s Dream Mosaica
Movement: BVL 191 Mechanical self-winding
Diameter: 37mm
Dial: Diamond and sapphire
Case: 18K Rose Gold/White Gold

Serpenti Tubogas Infinity | Image: Bulgari

Serpenti Tubogas Infinity | Image: Bulgari

Bulgari Serpenti Tubogas Infinity

For LVMH Watch Week 2023, Italian high-jewellery brand Bulgari pulled out all the stops. Returning back to its fabled snake motif, the brand introduced a renewed version of the Serpenti, dubbed the Serpenti Tubogas Infinity. As to be expected, the new piece arrives dripping in diamonds, but there is an interesting change-up in terms of design. This new piece sees the iconic Tubogas technology, which is responsible for the coiling, spring-action movement of the bracelet, weave its magic through both the case and bracelet components, which feature a string of precious gems. The quartz-powered Bulgari Serpenti Tubogas Infinity is available with either one or two coils, complete with adorned with 445 (4.85ct) and 486 (5.85ct) diamonds respectively.

Brand: Bulgari
Model: Serpenti Tubogas Infinity
Movement: Quartz
Diameter: 35mm
Dial: Diamond-set
Case: 18K Rose Gold

Allegra | Image: Bulgari

Allegra | Image: Bulgari

Bulgari Allegra

Another timepiece based on the flower motif, the new Bulgari Allegra is one of the more intricate watches unveiled at LVMH Watch Week 2023. The centre of the timepiece is virtually the same as the mother-of-pearl Diva’s Dream, however, this variation cops extra diamonds in place of the hour markers. The outer section, however, provides a greater degree of glitz and glamour, with an assortment of citrine, tourmaline, peridot and rhodolite gems set above and beneath the inner dial.

Brand: Bulgari
Model: Allegra
Movement: Quartz
Diameter: 36mm
Dial: Mother of Pearl
Case: 18K Rose Gold

What is LVMH Watch Week?

Curated and organised by the LVMH Group, LVMH Watch Week is an annual showcase of the group’s dynamic watchmaking brands. A key pillar on the horological calendar, the event shines a spotlight on the traditional and modern maisons pushing the industry forward, while helping to outline the direction key industry players will take into the future. For LVMH Watch Week 2023, producers Bulgari, Hublot, TAG Heuer and Zenith will be in Singapore this year to premier their latest collections to journalists from around the world.

“Each of the four LVMH watchmaking Maisons will feature their distinctive positioning and unique savoir-faire: bold creativity and sophistication from Bulgari, dynamic innovation at Hublot, avant-garde spirit for TAG Heuer and legendary expertise at Zenith,” LVMH Group wrote.

Last year’s event saw the unveiling of the avant-garde-focused Zenith Defy Revival A3642 and Defy Skyline, while also introducing the world to the Bulgari Octo Roma Blue Carillon Tourbillon. The 2023 edition promises to deliver more stunning releases, courtesy of some of the biggest and most revered watchmakers in the world.

Where and When is LVMH Watch Week?

Arriving a full two months ahead of Watches & Wonders, the aptly named LVMH Watch Week 2023 will take place from January 10-12 2023. The event will be held in Singapore and incorporate both in-person and digital activations. Importantly, LVMH Group has confirmed that the websites and social media of LVMH, Bulgari, Hublot, TAG Heuer and Zenith will be showcasing all the exciting new watch creations unveiled at the event.

Which Watch Brands Does LVMH Own?

While the nameplate may focus on fashion and alcohol, LVMH Group owns and operates a number of brands and labels in the watchmaking industry. According to the organisation, the Houses in the Watches & Jewelry sector of LVMH operate in two segments: high-quality watchmaking on the one hand and jewellery and high jewellery on the other. Specifically, the current roster of watchmaking maisons under LVMH Group includes:

  • TAG Heuer
  • Zenith
  • Bulgari
  • Hublot
  • Louis Vuitton

The enterprise’s presence in jewellery and high jewellery includes the Houses of Bulgari, Tiffany & Co., Chaumet, Fred and Repossi, which, according to LVMH Group “employ their bold creativity and perfectly mastered savoir-faire to constantly surprise their customers and offer them the objects they desire”.

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General FAQs

Which watch brands does LVMH own?

LVMH Group owns and operates watch brands Zenith, Hublot, TAG Heuer, Bulgari and Louis Vuitton’s watchmaking division.

When is LVMH Watch Week 2023?

LVMH Watch Week 2023 will be held from January 10-12 in Singapore.

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Nick Hall is the Editor-in-Chief of Man of Many and an accomplished journalist. He completed a Bachelor of Creative Industries at the Queensland University of Technology, with a double major in Journalism and Music. Prior to working at Man of Many, Nick spent two years as a journalist with Inside Franchise Business, focusing on small business, finance and legal reporting. In 2021, Nick was named B&T's Best of the Best Journalist of the Year. With an extensive background in the media industry, Nick specialises in feature writing, fashion, lifestyle and entertainment content. A qualified barber and men's stylist, Nick also holds a Cert III in Barbering from the Queensland Hairdressing Academy.