Giorgio Armani debuts in high watchmaking in hands with Parmigiani Fleurier. The result is a genderless watch with sober and refined lines.

 

            Two years after its announcement, Giorgio Armani’s collection 11 arrived at the public with class and much precision, besides the number in street ofc the historical headquarters of Bongonuvo Street’s brand, in Milan, Italy. Developed with the Swiss luxury watchmaking company Parmigiani Fleurier, this is a limited and numbered series, adding to the brands portfolio, loyal to timeless style and elegance.

            Giorgio Armani 11 is a watch marked by the phases of the moon, of automatic movement and squared dial with gently rounded corners, perfectly adapts to both feminine and masculine wrists. Just like the tailoring of the founder of the renowned fashion house.

            The hours on the display are indicated exclusively by the indices, except for the 11th hour, written in Arabic algorithms, which give name to the exclusive piece. With a capacity of fusion by excellency, different elements harmoniously coexist in the strict space of the display, creating the distinctive symbol.

Available in rose gold, yellow gold, and steel, with five display options in different colors, such as blue, ivory, grey and black, it goes with individuals who know what they want, who move ate the time’s rhythm, not neglecting flexibility nor waiving personal style, standing out with balanced arguments. 

            Founded in 1996, Parmigiani Fleurier is moulded by the powerful artistic genius that was its founder, Michel Parmigiani, a master in watch craft and restorative work that combines the Italian aesthetic sense with the Swiss precision. Armani counts with a watch line, corrected with more mature and sophisticated tastes.

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