The French watch brand, Pierre Lannier, celebrates its 40th anniversary and would like to reinforce its production in France to boost its international development.
The innovations that have punctuated its history have become the brand’s distinctive signs: the democratisation of ceramics, the use of the Milanese mesh, rose gold-plated steel and the indigo blue dial are essentials of its collections, as is the exclusive process for the very recent Cristal Collection.
This anniversary year is marked by the creation of new collections destined to become icons of the brand: Symphony, Elegance Style, two women’s collections and Spirit, a men’s collection.
About Pierre Lannier
Pierre Lannier is a family-owned business set up by Béatrice and Jean-Paul Burgun in 1977 and headed by Pierre Burgun since 2004. Its two production sites (Ernolsheim-lès-Saverne, France and Madagascar) employ a total of 120 people as well as a team of designers.
The company has invested in watchmaking techniques, building on regularly renewed designs and integrating contemporary materials. It intends to maximise its production in France. More than 600,000 watches are sold each year, sold in more than 1500 retail outlets in France and in more than 60 countries.