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Gucci has unveiled its second collection of high timepieces at the fairground-inspired ‘Gucci Wonderland event in Geneva, Switzerland.
The collection celebrates the 50th anniversary of Gucci’s first Swiss Timepieces release. The inaugural release of Gucci Swiss Timepieces came in 1972, when the fashion house presented a new horological combination of Swiss mechanics and Italian design.
G-Timeless Dancing Bees
Gucci Wonderland presents the collection as a journey through five decades of Italian style and Swiss-made design, with creations representative of the ‘50s up until the ‘90s.
The styles range from desk-clocks to futuristic steel watches and are meant to show Gucci’s move into fashionable timepieces throughout the years.
The G-Timeless Planetarium contains a halo of 12 princess-set gemstones around the dial. When activated by the touch of a button, the gem set wheel rotates around the dial in a gala of light. This specific watch is offered in white, rose or yellow-gold variations.
The Gucci 25H Skeleton Tourbillon is a timepiece with a see-through dial and a Gucci exclusive caliber flying tourbillon. The watch is made in 100 percent recycled gold and white bracelet variations, and in slate-gray titanium to add to the retro-futuristic style.
To add to the carnival theme, the G-Timeless Moonlight is decorated to show a moon waxing from a silver crescent to prealescent whole before starting its celestial journey all over again. This timepiece dictates its own time to follow the 29.5-day lunar month and only needs to be adjusted every 360 years. It comes in pink gold and white gold with a natural meteorite dial.
Gucci 25H Skeleton Tourbillon
The launch also includes a series of diamond-set watches, including the G-Timeless Dancing Bees tourbillon timepiece. This style is a tribute to the historical en-tremblant jewelry, where jewels were designed to move in rhythm with the wearer. The 12 bees fly around the mother-of-pearl dial and shimmer as the wrist moves, along with a sheen of pink and green opal that form chevron-patterned bricks.
The last of the House’s collection includes two new mint green variations to the signature Grip Sapphire mechanical collection with transparent casebacks fitted, with a transparent mint-green rubber strap and sapphire crown.
To learn more about this collection, check out Gucci.com.
Photography by: Courtesy of Gucci