Jaeger-LeCoultre Steals The Spotlight With Its 101 Collection
On the red carpet and on the wrist, Swiss watchmaker Jaeger-LeCoultre stole the spotlight at the 75th Venice International Film Festival with two new models from its 101 collection in pink gold; the 101 Reine and the 101 Feuille. First created in 1929 and prized by film buffs and watch enthusiasts ever since, the 101 is to this day one of the smallest mechanical watches ever made.
At the festival, Catherine Rénier, CEO of Jaeger-LeCoultre, wore the brand’s 101 Feuille in pink gold, which features 167 diamonds of approximately 10.3 carats, with a delicate moveable leaf in silvered opaline that conceals the dial.
The 101 Reine has a linear regal design comprising 110 diamonds of approximately 11 carats. For their first public appearance, the 101 Reine and 101 Feuille models could not have asked for a more beautiful backdrop than Venice.
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