Diane Kruger and Jerome Lambert, CEO of Jaeger-LeCoultre, officially presented the new Reverso Ultra Thin Lady at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) 2011. Initially designed in 1931 for polo playing British colonial army officers, the Reverso soon became a watch icon. From 1931 onward, a feminine model adopted this Art Deco-inspired swivel watch concept and opened the way for a whole new world of aesthetic creativity.
Perfectly in keeping with the Reverso’s Art Deco spirit, this watch has been remodelled and resized, with softer lines to make it that little bit more femine.
The steel or 18-carat pink gold case houses either a Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 846 mechanical movement or a Jaeger-LeCoultre quartz movement driving the hour and minute functions.
The Grande Reverso Lady Ultra Thin also comes in 18-carat pink gold versions adorned with diamonds arranged in a redesigned horizontal or vertical pattern, while the adjustment crown is adorned with a precious stone that sets the final touch of seduction.