La Montre Hermès
The link between Hermès and watchmaking dates back to 1912 when Emile Hermès’ daughter Jacqueline was pictured wearing a pocket-watch on her wrist, with a special strap made by the saddle-making and leather craftsmen. Over 100 years later, the House has become a prominent name within the fine watchmaking industry and was recently awarded the prestigious Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève for its pioneering Arceau Le temps suspendu, which allows wearers to ‘suspend’ time. Soon after, the House presented its inspiring Dressage L’heure masquée, equipped with the exclusive H1837 caliber, part of the same Time to Dream concept.
Not only does La Montre Hermès pave the way for technical innovation with singular and unique complications, but is committed to elegance, with renowned leather craftsmanship and creation of limited pieces of exception that reflect artisanal expertise. Hermès timepieces are representative of not only the brand’s rich heritage, but its savoir faire in Haute Horlogerie.