Piaget Polo, a legend
In the late 1970s, codes changed, the frontiers of style were overturned and unisex acquired real status. In 1979, Piaget did not hesitate to cast the conventions of the profession aside, imposing a new casual elegance upon watchmaking. The Piaget Polo watch was born. Originally round or square, exclusively in precious metal and often set with diamonds, it came in men's and ladies’ versions and gave rise to innumerable interpretations.
In 2001, the Piaget Polo watch adopted a highly graphic dial, generous volumes and a sensual curve that guaranteed its ergonomics. It was a makeover that confirmed the Piaget Polo timepiece line's iconic status and its relevance in a large model.