She is energizing, calming, precious, and tranquil. Amanda Seyfried, a friend of the Maison, exudes a calm assurance. She moves gracefully. She has composure, honesty, and beauty in her voice. It’s a work of art that stands the test of time.

Following her dazzling success in the movie Mank, for which she was nominated as Best Supporting Actress at both the Golden Globes and Oscars, Amanda Seyfried has again been in the spotlight for a specially commissioned photo shoot with Jaeger-LeCoultre. Celebrating femininity, the photos also mark 90 years since the Reverso was born.

For this photoshoot, Jaeger-LeCoultre collaborated with Alique, a Dutch-born and New York-based photographer and artist renowned for portraying women from her distinctively female point of view.

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Amanda wears a pink gold Reverso One Duetto Moon from the current collection in the new photographs, styled with a pink gold bracelet and a burgundy-red leather strap. The styling resonates perfectly with Amanda’s own take on contemporary femininity.


“If I had to define the Reverso, I would say: timeless, innovative, pristine. I like watches to feel like they can be worn with a shirt or a dress and still fit in with my style,” says Amanda Seyfried.

The Reverso always hits that spot. It’s hard to believe how much detail and artistry can be etched into such a small case – and to have two faces work so seamlessly in one design is extraordinary. It echoes her ability to play many roles, be inventive and use all the intricacies of her personality to bring out her talent and finesse.