Girard-Perregaux's Laureato gets a bit more sinister as the style goes dark with a jaw-dropping black ceramic finish. Compared to stainless steel, the technical material is lightweight, durable, and scratch-resistant. The 42mm case and bracelet features a mix of satin-brushed and polished elements and the caseback continues the blacked-out theme with a smokey sapphire crystal. The movement is their in-house automatic GP01800-0025, which is comprised of 191 components and has a 54 hour power reserve.
Girard-Perregaux's Laureato gets a Flying Tourbillon
The new model comes in white or rose gold.