The 2020 edition of the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève has just ended, and with its close, all of the night’s winners have been announced with Piaget taking home the top prize (aka. the Aiguille D’Or). With more than 80 finalists selected by the new and 350-strong cast of Academy members, there could be only one grand prize among the 14 categories (19 prizes total), and the Altiplano Ultimate Concept took home both the handy statue and the clout of watchmaking’s highest honor.
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