Maurice Lacroix Grabs Well-Deserved Red Dot Design Award

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The limited edition Aikon Automatic Skeleton gets the nod.

Maurice Lacroix Aikon Automatic Skeleton

The Red Dot Design competition continues to be a favourite hunting ground for Maurice Lacriox, which picks up yet another award for the third year running.

This year, the winning entry for the marque is the Aikon Automatic Skeleton, a beautifully crafted 250-piece limited edition that combines dynamism and elegance in one handsome package.

Maurice Lacroix Aikon Automatic Skeleton

Housed in a 45mm black PVD case, the monochromatic beauty flaunts a skeleton dial with beautifully shaped and finished bridges that expresses both modernity and the time-honoured codes of mechanical horology. Priced at RM25,600, the Aikon Automatic Skeleton also espouses Maurice Lacroix’s value for money proposition – one of the brand’s most appealing qualities.

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