Louis Vuitton Escale

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Louis Vuitton Escale

Evoking the spirit of travel, the latest emblematic Louis Vuitton watch collection, Escale, incites the memory of a poetic pause before a new adventure. Merging watchmaking expertise with an iconic heritage, La Fabrique du Temps Louis Vuitton reveals a time-only three-hand model in an array of colour and material variations for the first time on the Louis Vuitton Escale — infused with historic trunk-making design codes.

An Unmistakably Louis Vuitton Watch

Rich in complexity, the dial is punctuated with gold indexes and studs, inspired by the metallic pieces and lozine nails of the emblematic Louis Vuitton trunks. Rendering exceptional visual texture, a grained finish centre dial features on the rose gold variations of this re-envisioned timepiece – in an ode to Louis Vuitton's iconic Monogram canvas.

An Outstanding Play of Finishes

Unveiling a uniquely constructed design, the new Escale illustrates every detail with intention, from the play of case finishes to the curve of the sapphire glass and bezel – allowing the time to be read with utmost ease and clarity. In a display of delicate contrasting, the satin-brushed case sides give way to hand-polished and hand-brushed lugs with decorative rivets – in a continuous allusion to the Maison's trunk-making craftsmanship.

Enhanced Versatility

Characterized by an elevated approach to case design revealing unisex wearability and sophisticated finishes, a 39mm case enhances the timepiece's versatility and ideal proportions relative to the wrist — effortlessly balancing a variety of textures in the subtlety of the contours.

A Statement of Provenance

Driving the new Escale timepiece, the LFT023 calibre was introduced in the iconic Tambour watch as the first proprietary automatic three-hand movement designed by La Fabrique du Temps Louis Vuitton. Born from the rich terrain of traditional Swiss horology, timekeeping performance is an essential hallmark of this calibre – certified by the Geneva Observatory as a high-precision Swiss chronometer.