The revered independent watchmaker talks about what's in store, including a new complication and the evolution of his brand's design.
Originally unveiled as a fuss-free ladies' watch, the Elegante is now available in a larger size for men, while still keeping the quartz movement that goes to sleep to preserve battery life. Here's a hands-on look at the watch, including original photos and the price.
Limited to just 38 sets, the F.P. Journe Steel 38 mm Set comprises the brand's most important wristwatches with steel cases in the discontinued 38 mm size. Here's a detailed look at the set of five.
With all the character of a hand-made watch, the Tourbillon Souscription is one of the 20 watches that formed the foundations of F.P. Journe in 1999, having been sold to raise the money needed to start the company.
A unique timepiece created for the Only Watch auction, the F.P. Journe Tourbillon Souverain Bleu features a shimmering blue dial and tantalum case.
One of F.P. Journe's signature complications, the Tourbillon Remontoir d'Egalite is one of the most notable modern tourbillon wristwatches. The early F.P. Journe tourbillons are timepieces have charm and character, evident in the rough edges and idiosyncrasies.
The lightweight version of F.P. Journe's foudroyante chronograph, the Centrigraphe Sport features an unusual complication with twin gear trains that can potentially measure 1/100th of a second, a feature inherently appropriate for a sports watch.