Finally, Louis Vuitton joined the ranks of luxury watchmakers offering smart watches—think Tag Heuer and Michael Kors— with the debut of their first-ever smartwatch, the Tambour Horizon this Tuesday. Developed in partnership with Google and Qualcomm, the Horizon uses the Android Wear 2.0 platform, as well as a number of other features that carry the characteristic Louis Vuitton touch. Marketed as a traveller’s watch, the Tambour Horizon features elements of the sleek look sported by the iconic Tambour that launched Louis Vuitton into the world of watchmaking 15 years ago. Looks like this is a symbolic way to announce their grand entry into a different sphere of watchmaking — subtly indicating that the classic and timeless can sit right beside the cutting edge. The Tambour Horizon features interchangeable strap system and customisable watch faces with exclusive flight-tracking and city-mapping functions as well. Available in three different designs—black, graphite and monogram, the Tambour Horizon features a 42mm stainless steel case and a 1.2” AMOLED touchscreen, as well as a sapphire glass case back, printed with the Louis Vuitton logo. It uses the Qualcomm® Snapdragon Wear 2100 platform, which makes it compatible with smartphones running Android 4.3/iOS 9 or higher. Louis Vuitton’s classy new smartwatch can be purchased either online or directly from the brand’s stores.