Mastering Horology with Hublot

Hublot adds not one, not two, but a fourth feather to their proverbial hat with the new MP-15 Takashi Murakami Tourbillon Sapphire timepiece. Fusing art and horology, Japanese artist Takashi Murakami’s latest collaboration with Hublot reveals the brand’s first central tourbillon in regular production.

Affectionately dubbed as “wearable art,” the MP-15 boasts Hublot’s debutant HUB9015 with a central flying tourbillon accompanied by the hours and minutes on the periphery of the sapphire dial. The case too comes in a clear sapphire flower made of the iconic 12 petals alongside an all-sapphire back and crown.

Limited to 50 pieces, the new MP-15 Takashi Murakami Tourbillon Sapphire has a 150-hour power reserve. The 42mm comes sans lugs with a narrower strap than usual. The strap itself is made of transparent decorated rubber with sapphire crystal and a titanium folding buckle.

The MP-15 Takashi Murakami Tourbillon Sapphire retails at 316,000 USD and is exactly what you need to make heads turn on a yacht, in a meeting, or even at a casual soirée!