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Who Are The Winners Of 2020’s Grand Prix D’Horlogerie De Genève?

From corsage-like timepieces that sparkle and shine to exceptional timekeepers no thicker than a coin, these watches represent the best of horology for the year.

  • Piaget


    The highest distinction of the competition went to Piaget’s Altiplano Ultimate Concept watch, which was first unveiled in 2018 as a concept watch that no one believed could be put into production. Two years later and the world’s thinnest mechanical watch at 2mm (about the thickness of a 50-cent coin; achieved by integrating the Manufacture Piaget 900P mainplate and caseback into one component) is now available as a series-produced timepiece with high customisation options—a move that will see Piaget retain its lead position in ultra-thin movements for years to come.

This article was originally published in Harpers Bazaar.


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