INTERSTELLAR VOYAGE There’s a new star in the Louis Moinet galaxy! For this timepiece, technique and aesthetics working in harmony result in a unique personality. When you see a starry sky, you are looking into the past. This is the premise underlying the Sideralis Red Aventurine model...

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CHRONOGRAPH SEQUENCE SHOT With a never-before-seen movement designed specifically for the chronograph, the Memoris Red Eclipse is no summer blockbuster; it’s an arthouse epic. A complication is often overshadowed by the hours and minutes on the dial. The supporting role means it’s rarely in the spotlight despite...

TIME: A NEW FOSSIL ENERGY A new edition made by Louis Moinet and limited to 28 pieces includes a tourbillon movement driving a kinetic visual effect and a unique second display. In 2013, Louis Moinet unveiled the surprising Derrick Tourbillon watch. What was original about it?...

FATAL ATTRACTION As a tourbillon celebrates the mysteries of gravity, Louis Moinet takes us to a new aesthetic world. “If you wish to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe,” said the American astronomer Carl Sagan. The same goes for making...

HE WHO CAN DO MORE CAN DO LESS We are now used to seeing the Louis Moinet workshops produce exceptional timepieces, and they have surprised us once again with the Metropolis, a model with a small second. Through his career, inventions and achievements Louis Moinet became a major...

Introducing the Louis Moinet Memoris 200th Anniversary Basel In 1816, the French clockmaker and painter Louis Moinet (1768-1853) created the first chronograph, naming it the compteur de tierces (“thirds counter”). To celebrate this two-hundredth anniversary, the Ateliers Louis Moinet, which were founded in 2004 and perpetuate...