While Bulgari has been making horological waves in recent years with its highly faceted Octo watches and its Gerald Genta retrograde timepieces, we still greatly enjoy the strong simplicity of its Bulgari Bulgari design.
The double engraving of the Bulgari logo on its bezel was inspired by the inscriptions used on ancient Roman coins, and is a design that has spawned countless copies since it was first launched in 1977 as Bulgari’s first serially produced men’s watch.
The latest additions to the Bulgari Bulgari collection feature the model’s distinctive, straightforward charm, but to a rather different effect: New references in black or silver are perfect for those looking for a minimalist, everyday timepiece that will complement any outfit, while the Bulgari Aluminium GMT in blue and red is a sporty watch that’s both fun and functional.
Ahead, we take a closer look at what makes these timepieces tick.
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