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MR PORTER x Haulogerie: Picks of the Week #7

Another week has come and gone, and we're already up to the seventh instalment of our 'MR PORTER x Haulogerie: Picks of the Week' column! In this week's round up we're featuring watches from the likes of HYT, Bell & Ross, IWC and Cartier. Enjoy!

HYT H1.0 x MR PORTER Limited Edition

Made for MR PORTER by HYT, the HYT H1.0 x MR PORTER Limited Edition was created in a limited run of only 5 pieces. Utilising NASA-approved pisto movements and a coated glass capillary ensuring a seamless glide of the black liquid dye around the markers, HYT H1.0 x MR PORTER Limited Edition is an exquisite, avant-garde and super modern affair of haute horlogerie.

Zenith Defy Classic

Clad in 41mm of ceramic and sporting a delightfully symmetrical skeletonised dial, Zenith's Defy Classic does just that, defying the conventional and making its own mark.

IWC Pilot's Le Petit Prince Edition Chronograph

IWC's blue-themed Pilot's Le Petit Prince Edition Chronograph combines a beautiful and legible aesthetic in a package that is undeniably practical. Wear it everyday and as a special occasion watch and the Pilot's Le Petit Prince Edition Chronograph will pull it off effortlessly.

Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Moon

Available in a variety of metals and dial colours with the steel variant matched with a black dial being my favourite, Jaeger-LeCoultre's Master Ultra Thin Moon is a beautiful marriage of romanticism, simplicity and utter restraint. A classic in every sense of the word.

Cartier Tonneau XL Dual Time Limited Edition

A watch that perhaps sums up the ideals of a statement piece, Cartier's Tonneau XL Dual Time Limited Edition is an impeccable combination of detail, stature and poise. Striking and intriguing, there is absolutely nothing left to chance with every bit of the Tonneau XL Dual Time Limited Edition being tended to meticulously by the artisans at Cartier.

Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Classic

An icon of watchmaking, the Reverso Classic embodies the functional attributes of a watch from generations ago. With its innate ability to be 'reversed', Jaeger-LeCoultre's Reverso Classic features an art-deco case, a simple and legible dial all in an understated 24.40mm wide steel package.

Parmigiani Fleurier Tonda 1950

From Parmigiani Fleurier we have the Tonda 1950, an auspicious piece paying tribute to the year that the founder Mr. Michel Parmigiani was born. Featuring a brilliant opaline face and minimalistic stainless steel case, the Tonda 1950 balances modernity with classicism supremely well.

Bell & Ross BR 05 Automatic

Featuring Bell & Ross' iconic squared-shaped case structure, the BR 05 is clad entirely in stainless steel, bringing about it a bold, loud and urban-inspired aesthetic. But the BR 05 also features a fair amount of intricate details too, with satin-polishing adorning the case and bracelet links, along with a subtly brushed dial.

Girard-Perregaux Laureato Ceramic

Brilliant is the word I would use to describe the Girard-Perregaux Laureato Ceramic. Clad in 42mm of black ceramic, the Laureato Ceramic's black theme extends to its Cloud de Paris guilloche dial and its ceramic bracelet. The combination of superior horological functionality and fine aesthetics elevates the Laureato Ceramic to new heights.

IWC Pilot's TOP GUN Automatic Chronograph

Clad in 44mm of Ceratanium (a patented material that combines the lightness and durability of titanium with the hardness and scratch resistance of ceramic), the IWC Pilot's TOP GUN Automatic Chronograph is an intriguing package. Daily functionality from its day-date

indicator lifts the Pilot's TOP GUN Automatic Chronograph's real-world useability, and its overall look is one that appeals to me greatly.

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