Hublot Hublot Vendome Flagship Store Reopened

On June 22, 2018, the Hublot Hublot flagship store in the Place Vendôme in the 1st district of Paris was reopened. Brand CEO Ricardo Guadalupe joined hands with French sculptor and artist Richard Orlinski and Michelin Samsung Chef Yannick Alléno attended the opening ceremony.

 Hublot CEO Ricardo Guadalupe said: ‘After Cannes and Saint-Tropez in 2017, we now celebrate the re-opening of our flagship store in Paris. In 2007, Paris welcomed the world’s first Hublot Hublot boutique. France is a very mature watch market, but Hublot still has great expectations. ‘

 Hublot Hublot Paris flagship store is located at No. 10 Place Vendôme. The store has been redesigned: combining luxury with modernity, widening the outer window to allow the store to bathe in the sun, and interpreting the brand’s motto “Art of fusion” . The store is decorated with precious materials such as polished brass and gray Alcantara leather, and is equipped with an interactive terminal. Customers can use the touch screen to make Hublot timepieces appear or disappear. The first floor pays tribute to the art world, decorated with huge pop art paintings, inspired by Hublot’s iconic Big Bang series.

 Richard Orlinski said: ‘I am very happy to celebrate the re-opening of the Place Vendôme boutique and display my’ wild ‘gorilla sculpture. Hublot and my partnership have established a communication between two strange worlds. The bridge that fosters outstanding timepieces and highlights the values ​​shared by both parties: uniqueness, creativity and individuality.

 Richard Orlinski’s work of art interprets the concept of ‘born in the wild’ and becomes the design inspiration of the ClassicFusionAerofusionChronographOrlinski classic fusion chronograph. The watch is made of titanium, king gold, blue or black ceramic, and some even set with diamonds, showing a three-dimensional folding effect. This collection is a perfect fusion of art, materials and watchmaking. (Photo / text watch home Xu Chaoyang)

Montblanc Launches The New Baoxi Ladies Watch

Brand Montblanc’s new Bohème series watches are specially designed for women and make a new interpretation of traditional Swiss fine watchmaking. The collection includes a date automatic watch, a date jewellery watch and a perpetual calendar jewellery watch, all of which are equipped with a self-winding mechanical movement. Today we will first bring you the date display automatic watch and the date display jewelry watch.

Montblanc Bohème Date Automatic Watch

The classic round case is made of 18K rose gold, stainless steel or inter-gold, with a diameter of 30 mm, which is suitable for women’s delicate wrists. The curved lugs with multi-face cutting also greatly enhance the wearing comfort of the watch. The waterproof sealing performance of the case reaches 30 meters, which is enough for daily wear.

Montblanc adhering to the traditional Swiss fine watchmaking technology, shows a unique femininity in the Baoxi ladies’ watches: the center of the dial is decorated with machine-engraved sun prints, with elegant floral Arabic numerals and square mesh minute indexes With blue steel or gold-plated willow-shaped hour and minute hands, the end of the central second hand is decorated with a Montblanc hexagonal white star. The date window at 6 o’clock perfectly blends into the subtle radian design of the dial.

The Montblanc Bohème Date Automatic Watch is equipped with an MB24.14 self-winding mechanical movement with a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and a 38-hour power reserve.

Montblanc Bohème Date Automatic with 18K rose gold or steel case, bezel set with 62 top Wesselton diamonds. Available in stainless steel and gold, the dial is set with 8 diamonds.

Straps are available in black, white and grey alligator leather, as well as stainless steel or intergold straps. In addition, for the first time, the Montblanc Bohème Date Display Automatic will feature a newly-designed lacquered leather strap from Montblanc, available in yellow, orange, light blue or dark blue. Contemporary women define their own lifestyles with distinctive personality, independence and refined taste.

Montblanc Bohème Date Display Jewellery Watch

Montblanc’s new Bohème date display jewellery watch’s white mother-of-pearl dial shines against the backdrop of 178 top Wesselton diamonds (approximately 0.3519 carats). On the case with a diameter of 30 mm, a bezel set with 62 top Wesselton diamonds (about 0.4588 carats in total) shines. (Picture / Text Watch House Xiao Sen)

Celebrating The 100th Anniversary Of Dakros Music Academy Hublot Launches A Special Watch

In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Institut Jaques-Dalcroze, Hublot and the Swiss designer Roger Pfund jointly created a special wristwatch table. This watch demonstrates the importance of rhythm in the teaching system of Emile Jack-Dakros. As a musician, Dr. Emile Jack-Dakros realized early on that letting the body move with repeated sounds or a piece of music can effectively help children, dancers, and musicians master muscle energy . The rhythm research method named after him (that is, the Dacros Music Rhythm Teaching Method) attaches importance to the rhythm of children’s physical movements in conjunction with music teaching, which can actively and effectively promote children’s brain and motor development.
   A hundred years later, the Geneva-based Emile Jack-Dakros Conservatory has opened several teaching centers in Switzerland and abroad, and established a teaching network composed of many professional teachers. The Conservatory provides professional training services for teachers and is dedicated to human care research activities for older generations, especially those with Alzheimer’s or other mental illnesses. Every year, thousands of children, adults, professional musicians, dancers and actors benefit from the teaching of trained Geneva instructors.
   Hublot and well-known designer Mr. Roger Pfund designed and launched a unique timepiece made by Wang Jin, to pay tribute to the conservatory and celebrate its centennial anniversary. The dial design technology is strict and complex. A dancer pattern is painted in the center. If you look closely, you can see that the second hand made of 18K gold is a variation of Dr. Jack-Dacros’s signature. The design is amazing. On Wednesday, January 21st, this unique timepiece will be auctioned at the Kempinski Hotel in Geneva, and all proceeds will be donated to the Dacroix Conservatory. After the auction, Hublot will also launch a limited edition of this watch for sale in brand stores.