At Dubai Watch Week, Roger Dubuis put the accent on its ties with the motorsports world, through the brand's recent partnerships with Pirelli and Lamborghini. Get ready to rev up your Excalibur!
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Dubai Watch Week is a rendezvous for one-off and limited-edition timepieces. While these are the watches every collector longs to own, not everyone can have the (good) fortune to enjoy them.
Roger Dubuis, who in 1995 opened a Manufacture that bore his name, has passed away at the age of 80. He leaves an extraordinary legacy in watchmaking, distinguished as much by an inimitable style as by groundbreaking mechanisms. We look back at an outstanding career.
The Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie teams up with Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann to showcase fine watchmaking. Until October 22nd, an exhibition that displays iconic timepieces from eight of the most prestigious watchmaking Houses in the world is completed with virtual reality experiences and talks, for the delight of watch enthusiasts.
The history and future of cars and watches seem to be inextricably linked. Both wristwatches and automobiles had their start in the early part of the 20th century, and both were about innovation, convenience and precision. Throughout the decades, many top watch brands have aligned themselves with the luxurious world of cars, from vintage to classic, muscle, sports and racers.
After partnering with Pirelli, Roger Dubuis continues at full speed and teams up with Lamborghini for the limited-edition Excalibur Aventador S, a hotbed of raw power and ultimate sensations.
Gearheads love watches, watch nerds love cars. It's a simple equation, and grounds enough for watchmakers and car manufacturers to hit the road together.
The Geneva brand is showing no signs of slowing in 2017, with the opening of a boutique inside Harrods, London's temple of luxury, a partnership with Pirelli and another with Italdesign. Roger Dubuis is playing the "disruptive" card to full effect, with customer experience now part of the deal.