For the first time in the Villeret collection, Blancpain is offering a horological complication indicating the day of the week and the date, highlighted within the watch manufacturer’s emblematic line.
Blancpain displays its attachment to feminine watches more vividly than ever by launching a 60-piece limited edition marking the 60th birthday of the Ladybird. At the time of its launch in 1956, the Ladybird was equipped with the smallest round movement on the market.
If there's one thing watchmakers hate it is gravity, as this unavoidable natural phenomenon affects the accuracy of the movements they create with so much love, attention and craftsmanship. That's why they reach for the tourbillon when they really can't take it anymore. But apart from the tourbillon, which equals out gravity, it is also possible to use a carrousel. The carrousel in a watch has nothing to do with the traditional fairground attraction.