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By Lauren Hill | May 31 2017
By Kristen Shirley
This story originally appeared in the May/June 2017 issue of Elite Traveler.
When Piaget introduced its ultra-thin self-winding movement in 1957, it was revolutionary. Since then, the brand has established itself at the forefront of ultra-thin timepieces, breaking many records and consistently striving to be even thinner. To celebrate the iconic Altiplano’s 60th anniversary, Piaget has created a limited-edition timepiece using a movement that pays homage to the original ground-breaking caliber. The 43mm watch has a blue dial in an 18K white gold case and blue alligator strap. The dial features a cross in the center and a historical inscription. In addition, Piaget releases a range of colored Altiplano timepieces. The 34mm pink watch offers a sophisticated mechanical piece with a 2.1mm thick 430P movement, while the 40mm watches come in blue, slate grey and the pictured green. And there is also a newer movement, the 1203P, which includes a date function.
Piaget Altiplano 43mm 60th Anniversary edition watch in 18K white gold with blue dial, limited to 360 pieces, $23,900 Piaget Altiplano 34mm 60th Anniversary edition watch in 18K white gold with pink dial, limited to 360 pieces $17,300 Piaget Altiplano 40mm 60th Anniversary edition watch in 18K yellow gold with green patinated dial, limited to 250 pieces, $25,200 Available at Piaget in NewYork, +1 212 246 5555, piaget.com