Gucci’s watchmaking history dates back to 1972, when the luxury fashion house introduced contemporary timepieces with a Swiss precision. All Gucci timepieces are made in Switzerland, with their headquarters located in Neuchâtel. The quality control, assembly and diamond setting take place in La Chaux-de-Fonds, and dials are crafted in Gucci’s Fabbrica Quadranti facility in the Canton of Ticino. Special decorative techniques are also carried out at Fabbrica Quadranti. Currently under the helm of creative director Alessandro Michele, the house has continued to design extraordinary timepieces.