Louis Moinet Stardance, Forsay Quadruple Tourbillion Perfect His and Hers Monaco Grand Prix Timepieces

When thinking about the impact made by the Monaco Grand Prix, the words “historic,” “glamorous,” and “prestigious” come to mind. As people crowd into the Circuit de Monaco and grandstand arenas, it is the view from the harbor, where the rich and famous sip champagne and relax in the spectacular comfort of their chartered yachts, that increases the luxury factor of the action packed races.

While the races themselves are the primary reason to visit Monte Carlo this upcoming May, it’s truly the opportunity to show off your most sophisticated and posh attire and accessories. Wearing a classic timepiece throughout your weekend visit will keep you prepared to watch warm up laps, the formation lap, the start of the race itself as well as being on time for your dinner dates and site-seeing adventures.

Louis Moinet Stardance

There’s no better way for a trendsetting woman to contribute to the magnificent style of the grand prix spectators than to do so with the Louis Moinet Stardance For Her watch adorning her wrist. This elegant timepiece is made for a woman whose lifestyle is encompassed with uniqueness. There is nothing run-of-the-mill about the Stardance, as it sets the bar higher than anything else on the market, being the first to incorporate dazzling interstellar diamonds into the face of the watch. As if meteorite fragments from our solar system isn’t enough, six cabochon diamonds circle the frame. The day-to-night theme of the watch is the perfect pairing for your weekend extravaganza in Monaco. A silver sun is depicted at 6 o’clock, representing the bright afternoons spent aboard the yacht, surely sparkling in the daylight sun.

Louis Moinet Stardance 2

At 12 o’clock sits the moon, sprinkled with the meteorite diamonds amidst a sea of blue that is reminiscent of your day turning to night among the sea and stars. Whether you’re dancing the night away with the cool night air kissing your skin or you’re perched atop the deck of your charter waiting for someone to reach the finish line, be sure to do so with the glimmering beauty of Louis Moinet’s Stardance.

Louis Moinet Stardance 3

For a watch that speaks volumes to ones worldliness and poise, there’s no better selection right now than the Greubel Forsay Quadruple Tourbillion For Him. Sure to be a conversation piece among the charter, this sleek, masculine, and intricate design of the Quadruple Tourbillion is a timepiece that will gain envy among the crowd. Bridging the gap between technology and innovation, this watch gives an internal view of the mechanics behind the piece.

 Greubel Forsay Quadruple Tourbillion

 With an open face showcasing varying dials and tourbillions, a magnificent symphony of rotation takes place atop your wrist. The Greubel Forsay Quadruple Tourbillion is ideal for the man who won’t want to miss the legendary grand prix taking place in the distance. Whether paired with daytime or nighttime attire, the reds, blues, grays, and whites in the design will handsomely pair well with your nautical adventures.

Greubel Forsay Quadruple Tourbillion 2

Whichever watch you choose to don during the Grand Prix, pair it with other fashion staples, like the ones mentioned in this week’s Virtual Valice article, “In the Bag: Dressing Fast, and Slow, in Monaco” to truly win your own victory at the races.

Images from:

ProfileTo book your Monaco Grand Prix Charter
Contact Steve Johnson Today
[email protected]


Catherine Mitchell

Catherine is a freelance travel, food, fashion, and lifestyle writer from Connecticut.

Send this to a friend