All Eyes On the Grand Prix D´Horlogerie De Genéve

Guillaume Barazzone (National councillor and administrative councillor of the city of Geneva), Carlo Lamprecht (President of the Foundation of the GPHG), Johann Schneider-Ammann (Federal councillor) and Pierre Maudet (State councillor).
Guillaume Barazzone (National councillor and administrative councillor of the city of Geneva), Carlo Lamprecht (President of the Foundation of the GPHG), Johann Schneider-Ammann (Federal councillor) and Pierre Maudet (State councillor).

After much deliberation, the jury of the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Geneve 2014 awarded the “Aiguille D’Or,” the event’s top prize, to Breguet’s Classique Chronométrie. Breguet also picked up the Public Prize for the Breguet Classic Dame. Blancpain and Omega completed this year’s haul for the Swatch Group by taking the Ladies’ Watch and Revival prizes, respectively.The other big winner was Jean-Claude Biver’s LVMH group, which received multiple nods, including wins for Hublot, Zenith and Bulgari. The GPHG otherwise recognized the creative and independent spirit of the industry, by rewarding brands such as Urwerk, Voutilainen, De Bethune, Grönefeld and Urban Jürgensen & Sonner.

 

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