South Korean actor Minho Lee models the Neon Black variation of the Tambour Street Diver (Photo: Mario Sorrenti/Louis Vuitton)

Louis Vuitton’s very first watch made its debut in 2002 and in a span of less than two decades, it has carved a name for itself in the world of watches. This year, the French luxury house welcomes its latest addition — the Tambour Street Diver —into its fold.

The Tambour watch is crafted from a single block of metal, and has a larger base than the top. It’s unique shape was inspired by a drum, with the letters L, O, U, I, S, V, U, I, T, T, O and N as indicators of the hours on the case band.

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The Street Diver Is The Latest Member To Join Louis Vuitton’s Iconic Tambour Range
British actor and House ambassador Sophie Turner sports the white and navy-blue, Pacific White Tambour Street Diver. (Photo: Mario Sorrenti/Louis Vuitton)

The new Street Diver still bears the hallmark of the original timepiece, but reimagined with a distinct sporty look by way of a dive watch — the screw-down crowns and 100m water-resistance; generous coatings of Super-LumiNova on dial elements and inner rotating bezel. It also has a quick-change strap system that allows the watch to fit any occasion, from day to night, casual to formal as well as sporty to smart.

The Tambour Street Diver is available in three automatic models in 44mm and a quartz version in 38.5mm.

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The Street Diver Is The Latest Member To Join Louis Vuitton’s Iconic Tambour Range
French actor Tahar Rahim wears gradients of blue across his wrist with the Skyline Blue colourway. (Photo: Mario Sorrenti/Louis Vuitton)

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