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December 23, 2005

Jeager LeCoultre x Dr Romanelli!!!


Here is now the last post before Christmas. This collaboration is so hot, that I could not even wait to put it up. The swiss premium watch manufacturer Jaeger LeCoultre and Dr. Romanelli get together to create 2 outstanding products: A Jeager LeCoultre Reverso watch designed by Dr. Romanelli and along with it the matching Romanelli leather jacket. Amaaaaaaazing!!! The jacket comes in classic white and black and has a specific spot on the sleeve where to put the matching watch. On the other sleeve you have a bracelet with a silver plate - on that you see the Jaeger LeCoultre logo engraved. The amount of detail on this work is really outstanding. Also the watch is really nicely worked with the Dr. Romanelli scissors logo in the back of the watch where you also find the date. Just an outstanding collaboration. The set is available as of now at selected LeCoultre stores (Paris, Hong Kong) and also at Colette (of course, where else?).


Check out the pictures here and for technical information and more pictures and shop adresses click the images above to go to the website especially created for this joint venture.




Anonymous Anonymous said...

The window on the back shows how long the watch will keep running until it needs to be wound. This is called the power reserve. This watch uses a hand wind mechanism which works for 8 days in between windings.

12/23/2005 05:06:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anyone have any clue what this will cost????

12/25/2005 03:06:00 am  

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