Most watches have curves, so it might seem an odd thing to include in the name, but the material that makes up the curves of Louis Vuitton's latest timepiece is part of what makes it noteworthy. The outer part of the Tambour Curve Flying Tourbillon's case is made from CarboStratum, an ultra-lightweight material made by layering 100 sheets of carbon at random and then compressing them to form the curves. The base of the case is titanium, while the lugs are 18ct. white gold; the dial is open-worked with the tourbillon visible at 9 o'clock and the LV logo front and center. Measuring 46mm, the timepiece is powered by the in-house LV 108 hand-wound calibre movement and will be available in standard and diamond-encrusted references.