The creative minds over at Louis Vuitton are back at it again, bringing style to time once again. Today we get our first look at the Louis Vuitton Tambour Curve Flying Tourbillon Watch. This beautiful timepiece is a work of art and craftsmanship, offering a stunning and luxurious design with unique aesthetics. The outer part of the Tambour Curve Flying Tourbillon’s case is made from CarboStratum. This is an ultra-lightweight material made by layering 100 sheets of carbon at random and then compressing them.
This process produces the unique curves on the case, offering a stylish approach and an eye-catching appeal. The base of the case is crafted from titanium, while the lugs are 18ct. white gold. The dial is open-worked with the tourbillon visible at 9 o’clock and the LV logo front and center. The watch measures in at 46mm while powered by the in-house LV 108 hand-wound caliber movement. If that wasn’t enough, the timepiece will be available in standard and diamond-encrusted iterations.
Take a closer look at this luxurious and detailed timepiece in the images below and find out more from Louis Vuitton. Be sure to keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more style and timepieces coming very soon.
Photos via Louis Vuitton