Louis Vuitton presents an exclusive collection of men's watches Voyager Skeleton
LV has steadily increased its presence in the serious watchmaking industry, starting with the acquisition of La Fabrique de Temps (LFT), a company specializing in the design and manufacture of movements.
The Louis Vuitton Voyager Skeleton combines a platinum case with an openwork automatic movement and elegant blue accents. The watch is powered by the LV60 movement, the first LV skeletonized automatic movement
The movement was designed and developed by LFT and manufactured in collaboration with Le Cercle des Horlogers (movement manufacturer, subsidiary of Speake-Marin). The movement's architecture is inspired by the openwork lattice roof of the Fondation Louis Vuitton, an art museum in Paris designed by American architect Frank Gehry. The LV-shaped bridges are an architectural nod to the company's logo.
Watch in limited edition in 150 pieces, retail $55,000