Breguet presented its Classique Grand Feu Enamel in London this week as part of a Grand Tour of Mayfair establishments it considers essential for a modern day gentleman worthy of wearing the watch.
The tour started at private member’s institution Mark’s Club, before heading to Breguet’s Bond Street boutique, then Huntsman & Sons tailors on Savile Row, bespoke shoemaker George Cleverley and finally luxury grooming salon Truefitt & Hill.
A gathering of London’s male style icons took the tour including Oliver Cheshire, Eric Underwood and Toby Huntington-Whiteley.
The Breguet Classique Grand Feu, priced at £16,200, comes in a 40mm 18ct white or rose gold case housing a brilliant white enamel dial.
Its Breguet open-tipped blued steel hands are driven by the self-winding calibre 502.3SD movement.
It is sold with an alligator strap with gold pin buckle.