On Friday, November 9, 2018, at the GPHG Awards Ceremony in Geneva, Chanel won the award for the fifth time. Chanel BOY · FRIEND skeleton watch won the ‘Best Women’s Watch Award’.
Following the creation of CALIBER1, the first fine watchmaking movement equipped with the instant time jump function in 2016, Chanel launched the PREMIERRE hollowed Camellia watch equipped with the second brand-made movement, CALIBER2 in 2017: this delicate and elegant The precious watch won the ‘Best Women’s Watch Award’ in the Geneva Haute Horlogerie Award that year.
In 2018, Chanel launched the third self-made movement, continuing the legendary chapter of the brand. The new CALIBER3 movement, with its sophisticated and sophisticated design, highlights the simple and pure lines of the iconic BOY · FRIEND watch.
Chanel BOY · FRIEND skeleton watch
The BOY ∙ FRIEND series watch, which appeared in 2015, is equipped with the fine watchmaking skeleton movement CALIBER3 for the first time.
三年 After three years of research and development, Chanel’s third self-made movement fully displays the beauty of design, exuding infinite charm from any angle.
The movement is suspended in an octagonal Beige Beige K gold case, presenting a series of interconnected, vertically staggered, precisely connected circles. Beige beige K gold inverted feet have been mirror polished to show the depth of the movement. The bridge is placed on the back of the dial to show the beauty of the watch’s precise beating movement.
The GPHG Awards in Geneva aim to pay tribute to the world’s best timepieces. Every year, the best works and the most influential watchmakers are selected.
All the GPHG award-winning and shortlisted watches will be on tour in Seoul, Rome, Geneva and Dubai. This grand event spanning from October to November allowed global audiences to appreciate the charming style of the best timepiece of the year.
This honor is a high recognition and praise of Chanel’s superb watchmaking craftsmanship, and Chanel has always placed craftsmanship at the core of the creative process.