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The glamorous Vanguard Lady from Franck Muller.

The name Franck Muller has always been synonymous with elegant and expressive watchmaking. Since 1986, founder Franck Muller has introduced several innovative designs, including a 1986 Tourbillon with jumping hours as well as a Tourbillon with Minute Repeater in 1987.

Whether you’re a watch connoisseur or not, it’s not difficult to recognise a Franck Muller timepiece with its distinctive numerals — especially if it comes in the form of its iconic Cintrée Curvex shape. This silhouette has become the canvas for its latest Vanguard Lady collection.

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Offering a variety of options that are fit for work and play, the collection, which features 11 designs, comes in stainless steel, 18 carat rose gold and black PVD in various sizes — all of which are bedecked with Franck Muller’s sporty and youthful Art Deco numerals on the dial and finished with rubber or leather straps and coloured stitching.

One of the highlights is the glamorous Vanguard Lady with a diamond-encrusted case and contrasting numerals — perfect for those who’re attending fashion parties and wish to stand out from the crowd. For a subtler, work-appropriate look, the Vanguard Lady with a rose gold casing and muted digits, is the timepiece to own.

Browse the full range of Franck Muller’s Vanguard Lady Collection

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