Gucci makes its maiden foray into fine watchmaking with an ultra-slim range endowed with the grand complication of a tourbillon

Italian fashion house Gucci is taking a step into fine watchmaking with its first series of watches endowed with its first in-house movement developed at Kering-owned movement manufacture at La Chaux-de-Fonds in Switzerland. GG727.25 calibre makes its debut in the Gucci 25H collection that, impressively enough, include tourbillon versions in platinum and yellow gold. 

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The watch's name Gucci 25H is coined by creative director Alessandro Michele and it contains a number that he features frequently in his collections.

The movement's name GG727.25 also contains symbolic numerals: '2' for balance, '5' for curiosity and freedom, and '7' for a sense of completeness. The ultra-slim automatic movement measures 3.70mm in height, perfect for taking up abode in an ultra-slim case with sleek finishes. 

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