The case is made from a pink gold alloy infused with palladium.
The striking facelift on the brand’s newest collection will be available to only 50 collectors worldwide.
The grand compilation of complications includes a minute repeater and an orbital flying tourbillon that tracks sidereal time.
The model traces its roots to a 2002 timepiece created to honor the Royal Oak’s 30th anniversary.
They may be slender, but these timepieces definitely pack a punch.
The wristwatch comes with 295 components and 72 hours of power reserve.
The jeweller has committed to only using Fairmined gold in the last year.