During this event, carried out under strict sanitary security measures, Bvlgari exhibited in Mexico its most innovative new releases, which were shown at the most important watchmaking fairs in the world.
Among its stellar presentations was the Octo Finissimo Perpetual Calendar, the thinnest perpetual calendar watch on the market, with a total thickness of 5.80 mm and its automatic BVL 305 caliber of only 2.75 mm thick.
The Octo Roma World Timer was also presented in its two versions, seen for the first time on the shelves of Mexico; together with extremely complicated pieces such as the Octo Roma Carrillon Tourbillon and the new Octo Roma Tourbillon Central.
As part of the Bvlgari Watch Experience 2021, the two Masterclasses given by an expert watchmaker from the Italian house stood out; “The evolution of Bvlgari as a master watchmaker and the use of unusual materials” and “Serpenti and the art of jewelery watches”; both transmitted via streaming to the Latin American press.
In this installation the photographs taken by Alejandro Córdova could be seenWith his lens he portrayed friends of the brand such as: Montserrat Oliver, Renata Notni, Chantal Trujillo, Andy Zurita, Horacio Pancheri, Andrés Baida and Ralf, among others; who reflect the style of watch collections such as Octo, Serpenti and Aluminum.
Bvlgari is still present on the scene in the Mexican capital, showing the best of the house this October, the traditional watchmaking month.