Jean Arnault and Michel Navas on Louis Vuitton Watches
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Jean Arnault, director of watches development and marketing, and Michel Navas, master watchmaker, met up with Tim Mosso and Jack Forster at La Fabrique du Temps to discuss the brand and its watches. The pair gave them a sneak peek at the Tambour Opera Automata which serves as the follow up to the Carpe Diem. The group also discuss the development of Louis Vuitton Watches, its design and watchmaking processes, and what they hope the future holds for the company.
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