Amanda Seyfried and Nicholas Hoult attend the 74th Annual Emmy Awards wearing JAEGER-LECOULTRE
Friend of the Maison Amanda Seyfried, winner of the award for OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A LIMITED OR ANTHOLOGY SERIES in “The Dropout” was proudly wearing a JAEGER-LECOULTRE 101 Reine.
The stunningly symmetrical design features 110 diamonds with a silvered opaline dial which gives the piece a timeless grace with an air of classic sophistication.
Friend of the Maison Nicholas Hoult, nominated for OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES for the series “THE GREAT” selected the JAEGER-LECOULTRE Reverso Classic Large Duoface Small Seconds in pink gold.
Respecting the proportions of the famous golden rule, this timepiece embodies the Art Deco style, an emblematic feature of the collection since its origins, with a unique brilliance.
ABOUT THE JAEGER-LECOULTRE 101
The 101 Collection brings together the finest traditions of high jewellery with the craft and expertise of fine watchmaking. Launched in 1929, the Calibre 101 is still the world’s smallest mechanical movement and serves to continue Jaeger‑LeCoultre’s heritage of technical mastery today. A stunningly symmetrical design featuring 110 diamonds, the 101 Reine is a timepiece with great beauty. A silvered opaline dial gives the piece a timeless grace with an air of classic sophistication.
ABOUT THE JAEGER-LECOULTRE REVERSO
In 1931, Jaeger-LeCoultre launched a timepiece that was destined to become a classic of 20th-century design: the Reverso. Created to withstand the rigors of polo matches, its sleek, Art Deco lines and unique reversible case make it one of the most immediately recognizable watches of all time. Through nine decades the Reverso has continually reinvented itself without ever compromising its identity: it has housed more than 50 different calibres, while its blank metal flip side has become a canvas for creative expression, decorated with enamel, engravings, or gemstones. Today, 91 years after the Reverso was born, it continues to epitomize the spirit of modernity that inspired its creation.