The Piaget rose with its hundred bright pink and softly scented “peony” petals is an endless source of inspiration for the brand. Once again, it is unfurling its fuchsia flower on the dial of an Altiplano. To create the bloom, the artist Rose Saneuil selected...

To join the fight against Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) which affects almost 250,000 boys worldwide, Piaget has designed a unique version of its Altiplano especially for Only Watch. This watch will be auctioned off along with forty other timekeeping devices on November 7th. Famous for...

First presented in 1982, the Yves Piaget rose hasn’t just become an inspiration for the dazzling designs by the eponymous brand but also its symbol. The peony shaped rose unfurls 80 indented intensely colourful petals and delicately fresh fragrance in a spellbinding bloom. Away from...

A little over 15 years ago, in 1998 to be exact, the watch world was peopled with wide and thick men’s watches. A (future) classic was born: the Altiplano. The elegant and svelte ambassador with its slightly pearlescent white dial, single and double baton indices...

If grace came in the form of a watch, she would be called Altiplano. The clean lines and finesse epitomise Piaget’s expertise. The brand has broken two world records with this piece: the slimmest manual wind chronograph movement (4.65mm thick) and the slimmest case (8.24mm...