Hermès Launches Two New ‘dressage’ Chronographs

Since 2012, all Dressage models are equipped with Hermès’ own research and development movement, demonstrating the brand’s enthusiasm for the development of high-end watch technology, and reflecting Hermès’s persistent pursuit of perfection since its establishment in 1837, The brand has been pursuing excellence for more than 100 years and its persistence in technological innovation.

The new Dressage chronograph is elegant and has two models: a silvery white dial with a matte cigar alligator strap and a black dial with a matte black alligator strap. The simple dial design actually contains hidden subtle details: the central part is decorated with straight lines, and the three-dimensional hour markers reflect the glorious glory, and the inner bezel design makes the dial more layered.

These two new works are equipped with their own H1925 movement, in honor of the brand’s first chronograph introduced in 1925. Like other Hermes-made movements, the H1925’s modification process is very delicate. The pearl and spiral patterns of the plywood are polished by hand, and the rotor is decorated with the brand’s ‘H’ pattern.

The wine barrel-shaped case has simple and neat lines, but there are no shortage of features. The lugs are subtly integrated into the curvature of the case. The space between the lugs and the case is shaped like a stable, inspired by Hermes’ equestrian world.

The strap is made by Hermès Watch & Leather Workshop in Bill, Switzerland. It is carefully selected with high-quality leather. With great enthusiasm, it is sewn with the iconic saddle stitch method of Hermès, inheriting the essence of the brand’s technology.