Girard Perregaux, rather recently, released this watch. As the name suggests, the watch features a big date, moonphase, and GMT. This watch was designed for the frequent traveller. With a wear-with-anything design, one can change from casual clothes to a suit and the watch will continue to look good, something that is very difficult achieve. Subtly decorating the dial are lines of longitude and latitude, which match with the thene of travel. The big date is located below 12, where the logo or name of the company typically appears. Between 7 and 8 is the moonphase and small seconds, overlapping with the GMT subdial. Responsible for the functions of the watch is the GP03300-0093, an automatic movement with multiple functions. It is visible through the exhibition caseback. Protecting all the internals of the watch is a 44mm case available in both gold and steel. You can find more info here (there are more versions at the top).
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