Hublot unveiled its newest watches created in partnership with Parisian luxury shoe maker, Berluti. Since 2016, the partnership between these two luxury houses has been one of perfect harmony, marked by their technical prowess and a creativity that knows no bounds.
This newest Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph Berluti watches are a striking evolution, elevating Hublot’s “Art of Fusion” motto by boasting the “Scritto” text on the case and the patinated leather palette both signatures of the Berluti brand. Available in titanium or bronze, paired with a Venezia Cold Brown or Cold Gold leather strap. This series will be exclusively available in Japan (Isetan, Hublot stores in Ginza, Osaka and Kyoto) and in the New York Hublot boutique from 19 June to 20 July 2019, and worldwide the next day.
”In Olga Berluti’s eyes, there is nothing more beautiful than a leather shoe darkened with age,” began Ricardo Guadalupe, Global CEO of Hublot. “Transferring this to the world of watchmaking was a challenge we relished. It was an exciting exercise to transpose the patina and the ‘Scritto’ – two hallmark signs of Berluti’s expertise – onto these watch cases.”
Limited to only 200 pieces in each version. The timepieces are powered by the HUB1143 automatic chronograph movement and, from the strap to the dial, they showcase an infinite array of autumnal colors in all their contrasting shades. These timepieces are presented in a bespoke box containing a complete Berluti leather care set. Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.
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