For the special celebration, the Maison presents three watches in shades of blue: The Polo Chronograph Limited Edition that, for the first time, was presented with a rubber bracelet; a Polo Chronograph adorned with diamonds and an Altiplano Automatic Caliber 910P.

Since its creation in 1979, the Piaget Polo has been a distinctive luxury sports watch offering a unique philosophy that reminds us that spontaneity and freedom are key to, everyone, walking at their own pace.

Powered by Piaget's 1160P chronograph movement, the Piaget Polo Chronograph includes all the essential functions in such a watch with hours, minutes, date and seconds. It features a 'beautifully crafted' silvered dial, its case is 42 mm stainless steel and includes a blue horn strap, a first limited to 888 pieces.

A second version of this model is available with diamonds. The case of this one is presented in 18K white gold covered with 480 diamonds, as well as the dial and bezel; its blue alligator strap provides a sporty and elegant look at the same time.

The Altiplano Ultimate Automatic harks back to a legacy of movements from 1957 to 1960, with the birth of the historically thin. For this occasion, the Maison's watchmakers merged the case with the 910P movement.

This new version comes with a striking blue dial centered at 10 o'clock. Despite the thinness of the watch, the dial has an incredible depth thanks to a reverse assembly of the bridges on the dial side.