Laurent Ferrier might be making some of the coolest, most understated, and yet overtly drool-worthy (if you’re a watch-nerd) watches on planet earth. The former head of development for that little company owned by the Sterns continually improves his offerings in the slightest, yet most handsome ways. His double spiral tourbillon Galet Classic in its first iteration won the Geneva Grand Prix in 2010 for “best men’s watch,” and just this past year at Basel World, he showed Blake the fantastic Galet Classic in rose gold with a grey slate dial.
Now the elegant Galet Classic puts on a tuxedo. This beauty features a white gold 18k galet shaped case and a solid gold slate grey dial which is enhanced with applied white gold 18k roman numerals. This famous tourbillon calibre with double spiral is conceived, assembled and decorated in Laurent Ferrier‘s very own workshop.