The Laureato is writing a new chapter in its history two years after its return to the Girard-Perregaux collections. With the introduction of an enriched range of chronographs, the Laureato once again demonstrates the strength and relevance of the design of this iconic watch, born in 1975. Entirely clad in steel or pink gold, available with a 42 or 38 mm case and interpreted in three dial colours, the Laureato Chronograph is an exceptionally versatile watch. This timepiece is designed for comfortable and natural daily use. Equally at ease in smart or informal attire, it can adapt to every daily circumstance encountered by an elegant man of excellent taste.
Endowed with the powerful identity of all Laureato models, the Laureato Chronograph is based on a genetic code that has been driving evolutions in its aesthetic details for the past 43 years, while never distorting its essence. By definition, the Laureato is adorned with a dial bearing the “Clou de Paris” hobnail motif, a set of small raised pyramids occupying the watch face and catching the light.
Sporty because of its sturdiness, chic because of its meticulous details, it is designed as much for grand occasions as for relaxed daily wear. This versatility stems from intense reflection on the principles of ergonomics, volume and style, giving rise to a broad array of chronograph versions.
Intended for men of sure taste with a keen interest in culture, fashion and aesthetics, the Laureato Chronograph aims to ensure impeccable daily comfort, whatever its owner’s morphology. It is a logical extension of the quest for ergonomics that governed the creation of the Laureato, and which is duly honoured by the Laureato Chronograph.