In 2002, Louis Vuitton unveiled the Tambour watch—a distinct drum-shaped case that offered a bold take on timekeeping. Fast forward 21 years, and Tambour has matured, revealing a sleeker form characterized by exceptional craftsmanship, effortless elegance, and graceful sculptural lines.


After twenty years of bold watchmaking design, inspired by the renowned Tambour shape and with the same search for modernity, elegance and functionality on which the House has been built for more than 160 years, Louis Vuitton takes its watchmaking portfolio to an unprecedented level. precedents of sophistication, in each and every one of the elements of the new watch”, explains Jean Arnault, Director of Watchmaking.

The new Tambour release features two stainless steel versions that stand out: a tone-on-tone model with a silver-gray dial and a contrasting intense blue dial. Adding to Louis Vuitton’s repertoire are two exciting innovations: an integrated bracelet and a meticulously crafted automatic movement by La Fabrique du Temps Louis Vuitton.

With this launch, we embark on a new chapter in the Maison’s watchmaking history, creating a timepiece that embodies solid horological credentials and unmistakable Louis Vuitton style,” declares Jean Arnault, Director of Timepieces.