By Hallie Engel
The House of Franck Muller released three new collections at the 22nd edition of the WPHH, which was held for the first time in Hong Kong.
The Giga Gong Tourbillon collection, originally created in 2011, features the world’s largest tourbillon. This new in-house designed and manufactured manual watch is enhanced with an exciting complication: the striking hour, which emits a rhythmic chime. The entire mechanism is decorated with circular graining, rhodium plating and hand engraving.
Described as "effortlessly feminine," the Infinity Sunrise collection articulates Franck Muller’s vision of seduction and elegance, and has a mother-of-pearl dial set with pave-diamonds and is offered with either an 18-carat gold or a stainless steel casing.
Finally, the Skeleton collection, which is the result of months of dedicated work spent adapting the calibre 1700 into a skeleton form. This calibre 1740 combines sound aesthetics and immaculate precision, revealing a highly technical mechanism and perfect styling.