2021 has been a creative year for watchmaking, especially towards the entry-level price point. With launches like the Oris Divers Sixty-Five “Cotton Candy” trio, Brew’s latest Metric Chronograph, and even Tudor’s Black 58 925 with its silver case construction, the world of watches has not been short of interesting talking pieces.
One of the more captivating novelties of the year was undoubtedly the trio of collaborative timepieces produced by Louis Erard and Alain Silberstein, which paired the latter’s signature playful and primary-color driven aesthetics to the former’s highly creative, form-over-function horological style.
This week we see the next collaborative launch from Louis Erard that expands its renown as a creative powerhouse at the entry-level, the Swiss maker now unveiling the Le Régulateur Louis Erard × atelier oï limited edition. The new watch comes on the heels of Louis Erard’s previous limited-edition regulator release seen last month, that release being a trio of glass and stone dial variations on their standard Excellence Régulateur design.