The demand for a particular luxury timepiece is often more closely connected to current brand or model popularity, than, say sheer quality or value. Today, I review a watch that is part of an underdog collection within a very popular category, namely “integrated bracelet sport lifestyle watches” (often in steel — though this is not a steel watch). It is dominated by models such as the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak and the Patek Philippe Nautilus. One model family that is very much a modern and historic member of integrated bracelet sports lifestyle watches is Swiss Girard-Perregaux. Today on aBlogtoWatch, I check out a less-discussed member of this family: the Girard-Perregaux Laureato. This particular model is an exotic option, produced from titanium and 18k pink gold.