Tag Heuer Debuts LVMH Watch Week Releases
Led by a new take on the Carrera and a collection of performance eyewear.
Sometimes, when it rains, it pours — or rather, in the case of Tag Heuer, some weeks signal a truly momentous occasion for releasing a slew of stylish, performance-minded new watches, as has been the case with the start of LVMH Watch Week.
The week will also see a full lineup of some of the coolest watches on the market from Zenith, Hublot and more, but Tag Heuer certainly kicks things off with a bang and a rotation of impressive additions to your wrist game.
Six new models join the Tag Heuer family, led by a striking deep green Tag Heuer Carrera Chronograph, a nod to the brand’s “Dato” design that embodies the idea that “heritage takes on a contemporary edge,” the watchmaker noted.
That racing heritage certainly runs deep, as seen in its recent Tag Heuer x Bamford racing watch and other iconic iterations of the Carrera.
That focus on performance extends to a new line of Tag Heuer eyewear, a sleek and high-end offering that expands the brand’s utility even further. It should also please those who value the Tag Heuer lifestyle behind the wheel and across the skies.
On that note, a new Tag Heuer Carrera Chronograph Tourbillon is now part of the watchmaker’s impressive roster. And just as impressive (but more distinct and even more detailed is the Carrera Date Plasma Diamant D’Avant-Garde, which makes fine use of 4.8 carats of lab-grown diamonds.
Among the more wearable everyday offerings is also a compact 34mm take on the Tag Heuer Aquaracer Solargraph, boasting a sturdy stainless steel design and another vibrant green dial option.
Not one to rest on its laurels, Tag Heuer also expands its premium smartwatch offering with the Tag Heuer Connected Calibre E4, with sleek, streamlined looks and modern utility.
In fact, 20 different watch face options give the wearer more usability and style points than ever, signifying a new ballgame, so to speak, in the world of smartwatches.
With LVMH Watch Week just kicking off, Tag Heuer has set the bar high in terms of stylish, functional, legacy-minded watches made to last.