A milestone in Gucci's Swiss watchmaking history, some automatic styles are fitted with the first in-house GG727.25 caliber, encased in an ultra-thin 7.2mm case with sleek bezel and contemporary architectural details.
The iridescent selection includes different color variations. A glass dial defines the silhouette, changing hue when exposed to light, while the Interlocking G motif appears as a subtle nod to the House's founder.
Classic steel bracelets with streamlined silhouettes appear as part of the new timepieces collection. Variations include 18k gold-plated dials and sparkling diamonds, resulting in integrated designs with elevated finishes.