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DAILY PAPER x G-SHOCK
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DAILY PAPER x G-SHOCK

Watches Daily Paper has teamed up with G-SHOCK to create a unique design that picks up on the iconic 1983 model. Daily Paper and G-SHOCK’s united passion for creativity has led to an outstanding piece infused with the DNA of both brands.     Continuously exploring new disciplines, Daily Paper is taking their first steps into the watch industry. The Amsterdam-based brand has teamed up with Japanese pioneer G-SHOCK to create a unique design that picks up on the iconic 1983 model. Daily Paper and G-SHOCK’s united passion for creativity has led to an outstanding piece infused with the DNA of both brands.The limited edition model is based on the timeless DW-5600 model and is equipped with G-SHOCKs universal usability and key features, such as shock resistance, 200-meter water resistance and an LCD scratch resistant watch face.     The look and feel of the timepiece are based on Daily Paper’s monogram print that decorates both the watchband and face. The Daily Paper logo that is placed right above the display can also be seen when the EL backlight is in use.      Discover more at our Amsterdam Flagship store and check out the Daily Paper x G-SHOCK immersive space. Daily Paper has teamed up with G-SHOCK to create a unique design that picks up on the iconic 1983 model. Daily Paper and G-SHOCK’s united passion for creativity has led to an outstanding piece infused with the DNA of both brands.     Continuously exploring new disciplines, Daily Paper is taking their first steps into the watch industry. The Amsterdam-based brand has teamed up with Japanese pioneer G-SHOCK to create a unique design that picks up on the iconic 1983 model. Daily Paper and G-SHOCK’s united passion for creativity has led to an outstanding piece infused with the DNA of both brands.The limited edition model is based on the timeless DW-5600 model and is equipped with G-SHOCKs universal usability and key features, such as shock resistance, 200-meter water resistance and an LCD scratch resistant watch face.     The look and feel of the timepiece are based on Daily Paper’s monogram print that decorates both the watchband and face. The Daily Paper logo that is placed right above the display can also be seen when the EL backlight is in use.      Discover more at our Amsterdam Flagship store and check out the Daily Paper x G-SHOCK immersive space.

IWC ON TOUR VISITING TWO CITIES WITH A BRAND-NEW BIG PILOT ROADSHOW EXHIBITION
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IWC ON TOUR VISITING TWO CITIES WITH A BRAND-NEW BIG PILOT ROADSHOW EXHIBITION

Watches IWC Schaffhausen is hitting the road with a brand-new interactive Big Pilot roadshow exhibition, which will tour two different cities around the Netherlands. Housed in specially-converted shipping containers, the booth offers a peek inside the Swiss luxury watchmaker’s world, inviting the Dutch public to learn more about the brand’s story and to present some of the newest designs in its iconic Big Pilot’scollection.       “The Big Pilot has always appealed to a certain mindset of originality, so it’s incredibly apt that we have chosen it as the focus for this exciting new project. We wanted to take the story of our brand into the wider community, and the UK is an excellent place to start our tour. So many links tie IWC to Britain, not least the Wristwatch Mark 11, a pilot’s watch we produced for the Royal Air Force for almost four decades. We hope the British public will stop by the exhibition, learn more about our brand and try on some of our incredible watches,” explained IWC CEO Christoph Grainger-Herr.        Innovative new hologram technology will enable a life-sized projection of IWC CEO Grainger-Herr to be ‘teleported’ to each location to welcome guests into the booth. Joining him will be other holograms of Kurt Klaus, IWC’s legendary former head watchmaker, and seven- time Formula One champion and brand ambassador Lewis Hamilton. Each will provide their own interesting insights into IWC.     Hamilton will also feature alongside other brand friends on a ‘Talent Wall’ inside the booth. Starring in short videos, six well-known faces will tell inspirational stories of how the Big Pilot’s Watch has accompanied them as they have dreamed big on their journey to success. Friends featured on the wall include Billy Monger, a racing driver, disability campaigner and challenger; Hayden Cox, a designer and advocate for sustainable surng; Matt Pearson, the co-founder of Airspeeder; Matt Jones, a world record breaker and IWC Longest Flight pilot; and Misan Harriman, a photographer, creative director and cultural commentator.     The touring exhibition, of cially tagged #IWCONTOUR, will travel to two different Dutch cities (The Hague and Rotterdam) from September 3 - 19 2021. The booth has been creative director and cultural commentator designed to resemble a shipping container and is packed with cutting-edge technology. IWC hope the industrial style and high-tech expertise on display will bring the brand’s story to life.     As well as being able to nd out more from the With no invitation necessary, those interested in visiting knowledgeable staff on hand, the public will also be able to take a closer look at some IWC timepieces and even try them on. Amongst the watches on display at the roadshow exhibition will be a selection of IWC’s new editions for 2021, including the iconic Big Pilot’s Watch 43 in a new, smaller design, the Pilot’s Watch Chronograph 41, two new Top Gun models and a Big Pilot’s Watch Perpetual Calendar. Alongside these new editions will also be timepieces from IWC’s much- loved Spit re and Portugieser collections.           IWC On Tour will visit Rotterdam and Den Haag on the following dates: Het Plein, 2511 CS Den Haag, van 3 t/m 11 september, 11.00 – 18.00 uur. Holland Amerikaplein, 3072 AP Rotterdam, van 14 t/m 19 september, 11.00 – 18.00 uur. Guests can book their appointment to visit the IWC Big Pilot Roadshow Exhibition here: (appointment is advised to secure a spot) https://www.iwc.com/en/specials/iwcontour-netherlands.html IWC Schaffhausen is hitting the road with a brand-new interactive Big Pilot roadshow exhibition, which will tour two different cities around the Netherlands. Housed in specially-converted shipping containers, the booth offers a peek inside the Swiss luxury watchmaker’s world, inviting the Dutch public to learn more about the brand’s story and to present some of the newest designs in its iconic Big Pilot’scollection.       “The Big Pilot has always appealed to a certain mindset of originality, so it’s incredibly apt that we have chosen it as the focus for this exciting new project. We wanted to take the story of our brand into the wider community, and the UK is an excellent place to start our tour. So many links tie IWC to Britain, not least the Wristwatch Mark 11, a pilot’s watch we produced for the Royal Air Force for almost four decades. We hope the British public will stop by the exhibition, learn more about our brand and try on some of our incredible watches,” explained IWC CEO Christoph Grainger-Herr.        Innovative new hologram technology will enable a life-sized projection of IWC CEO Grainger-Herr to be ‘teleported’ to each location to welcome guests into the booth. Joining him will be other holograms of Kurt Klaus, IWC’s legendary former head watchmaker, and seven- time Formula One champion and brand ambassador Lewis Hamilton. Each will provide their own interesting insights into IWC.     Hamilton will also feature alongside other brand friends on a ‘Talent Wall’ inside the booth. Starring in short videos, six well-known faces will tell inspirational stories of how the Big Pilot’s Watch has accompanied them as they have dreamed big on their journey to success. Friends featured on the wall include Billy Monger, a racing driver, disability campaigner and challenger; Hayden Cox, a designer and advocate for sustainable surng; Matt Pearson, the co-founder of Airspeeder; Matt Jones, a world record breaker and IWC Longest Flight pilot; and Misan Harriman, a photographer, creative director and cultural commentator.     The touring exhibition, of cially tagged #IWCONTOUR, will travel to two different Dutch cities (The Hague and Rotterdam) from September 3 - 19 2021. The booth has been creative director and cultural commentator designed to resemble a shipping container and is packed with cutting-edge technology. IWC hope the industrial style and high-tech expertise on display will bring the brand’s story to life.     As well as being able to nd out more from the With no invitation necessary, those interested in visiting knowledgeable staff on hand, the public will also be able to take a closer look at some IWC timepieces and even try them on. Amongst the watches on display at the roadshow exhibition will be a selection of IWC’s new editions for 2021, including the iconic Big Pilot’s Watch 43 in a new, smaller design, the Pilot’s Watch Chronograph 41, two new Top Gun models and a Big Pilot’s Watch Perpetual Calendar. Alongside these new editions will also be timepieces from IWC’s much- loved Spit re and Portugieser collections.           IWC On Tour will visit Rotterdam and Den Haag on the following dates: Het Plein, 2511 CS Den Haag, van 3 t/m 11 september, 11.00 – 18.00 uur. Holland Amerikaplein, 3072 AP Rotterdam, van 14 t/m 19 september, 11.00 – 18.00 uur. Guests can book their appointment to visit the IWC Big Pilot Roadshow Exhibition here: (appointment is advised to secure a spot) https://www.iwc.com/en/specials/iwcontour-netherlands.html

SWATCH TAKES BIG BOLD PLANETS INTO ORBIT
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SWATCH TAKES BIG BOLD PLANETS INTO ORBIT

Watches The Swatch love a air with all things galactic continues. Following on from the brand’s Space Collection launched recently, it’s time to think color, escape a binary black and white world and enter a bright and colorful universe of BIG BOLD PLANETS.     Time is what you make of it, and when people think and experience life in color, every day is an adventure to discover something new and see people in di erent ways. Space has long ignited pop culture’s imagination, and Swatch draws upon outer space as inspiration for its series of brightly- colored BIG BOLD PLANETS watches with a unique feature: interchangeable straps     Pops of purple, green, orange and light blue detailing play o against a matte black watch strap and bezel, while the 47mm watch case and clear dial come with a multicolored print. Each BIG BOLD PLANET model comes with a second strap for an extra surprise and, thanks to the tool kit provided in the packaging, allows a quick strap switch for a fresh new look in a matter of seconds. Swatch applied an intriguing, encrypted language to the watch strap and packaging, leaving the interpretation of the true intention up to the wearer.     The latest additions to the Swatch BIG BOLD line will be available on Swatch.com and in Swatch stores from September 2nd. The Swatch love a air with all things galactic continues. Following on from the brand’s Space Collection launched recently, it’s time to think color, escape a binary black and white world and enter a bright and colorful universe of BIG BOLD PLANETS.     Time is what you make of it, and when people think and experience life in color, every day is an adventure to discover something new and see people in di erent ways. Space has long ignited pop culture’s imagination, and Swatch draws upon outer space as inspiration for its series of brightly- colored BIG BOLD PLANETS watches with a unique feature: interchangeable straps     Pops of purple, green, orange and light blue detailing play o against a matte black watch strap and bezel, while the 47mm watch case and clear dial come with a multicolored print. Each BIG BOLD PLANET model comes with a second strap for an extra surprise and, thanks to the tool kit provided in the packaging, allows a quick strap switch for a fresh new look in a matter of seconds. Swatch applied an intriguing, encrypted language to the watch strap and packaging, leaving the interpretation of the true intention up to the wearer.     The latest additions to the Swatch BIG BOLD line will be available on Swatch.com and in Swatch stores from September 2nd.

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A NEW GENERATION OF  ROYAL OAK OFFSHORE  PREMIERES IN 43 MM
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A NEW GENERATION OF ROYAL OAK OFFSHORE PREMIERES IN 43 MM

Watches Swiss Haute Horlogerie manufacturer Audemars Piguet is thrilled to announce the release of a new Royal Oak Offshore line in 43 mm with 5 models honed from titanium, 18-carat pink gold or stainless steel. This new launch represents the first redesign of the Royal Oak Offshore since the evolution of the 44 mm collection in the early 2000s. While retaining the essence of the Royal Oak Offshore’s original characteristics, the design of the case and dial has evolved to offer optimum aesthetics and ergonomics. These models also introduce the Manufacture’s latest integrated flyback chronograph, Calibre 4401, in the Royal Oak Offshore collection. Last but not least, the new Royal Oak Offshore 43 mm is fitted with the Manufacture’s new interchangeable strap system that enables wearers to change straps easily. The Manufacture’s trademark alternation of hand-polished chamfers and satin-brushed finishing adorning the case and bezel furthers the watch’s new aesthetic.      The new Royal Oak Offshore 43 mm line introduces the Manufacture’s latest in-house integrated chronograph, Calibre 4401, in the Royal Oak Offshore collection. This selfwinding chronograph movement is equipped with a column wheel and the flyback function that enables to restart the chronograph without stopping or resetting it first.   Calibre 4401 also features a vertical clutch system that prevents hands from jumping when the chronograph is started or stopped, as well as a patented zero resetting mechanism ensuring that each one of the counter hands is seamlessly reset to zero.   The movement’s dedicated blackened 22-carat pink gold oscillating weight and refined decorations, including “Côtes de Genève,” “traits tirés” and circular graining can be admired through the sapphire caseback. The caseback also reveals components usually hidden from view such as the column wheel and the so-called “dance” of the chronograph hammers.*  With its selfwinding mechanism, 70 hours of power reserve and water resistance to 100 m, Calibre 4401 perfectly complements the Royal Oak Offshore.      When the reset button is activated, the hammers, driven by an operating lever, hit the chronograph’s heart-piece cams to bring the chronograph wheels and hands back to zero.     The Royal Oak Offshore 43 mm line is fitted with the Manufacture’s new interchangeable strap system. The interchangeability system has been directly integrated into the buckle and case’s studs, in perfect harmony with the case’s aesthetic codes. The ease and efficiency of the new system will allow clients to change the straps and buckles of their new timepiece themselves with a quick click and release. The double-push system also grants optimum security when the watch is worn on the wrist.  In addition, the interchangeable rubber straps in black, blue, grey and brown hues adorning the different models, as well as the AP pin buckle, are endowed with a new design.        The Royal Oak Offshore’s “Méga Tapisserie” pattern adorning the dial, available in shades of black, grey, light brown and blue, has been newly designed to offer enhanced contrast and high-end finishing. The pyramids composing the stamped Tapisserie have been sharpened and connected to one another with a raised criss-cross pattern that adds depth to the dial. The pyramids’ finishing gives a satin effect in an echo to the case’s bold yet refined aesthetic. Extensive programming and numerous prototypes were necessary to reach the perfect balance of sportiness and elegance.   The chronograph counters have also been rearranged to improve legibility: the minute counter now appears at 9 o’clock, while the hour counter is positioned at 3 o’clock. In addition, the date  window has been moved closer to the inner bezel between 4 and 5 o’clock. The small seconds counter is, for its part, at 6 o’clock.      Furthermore, the watch presents the new Royal Oak Offshore logo adorning all new models across the collection. The applied gold AP initials appear without the long-form signature at 12 o’clock.  The dial also features more assertive gold Royal Oak hands adding to the watch’s powerful identity. Since it hit the world of fine watches in 1993, the Royal Oak Offshore has offered a platform for innovation, seeing a raft of new materials, case sizes, complications, colours and dial designs.      In 1999, the Manufacture introduced a bolder guilloché pattern – the “Grande Tapisserie” – in the Royal Oak collection. Although produced with the same engine-turning process as for the Royal Oak and Royal Oak Offshore’s original “Petite Tapisserie” pattern, the base of the pyramids composing the “Grande Tapisserie” almost doubled in size, granting the watch a bolder look. The “Grande Tapisserie” soon followed in the Royal Oak Offshore 42 mm line.     In 2001, the Tapisserie pyramids saw yet another reinterpretation within the Royal Oak Offshore collection with the birth of the “Extra-Grande Tapisserie,” later renamed “Méga Tapisserie.” This time, the more massive pattern is no longer engine-turned, but stamped with powerful presses. This dial design was quickly adopted throughout the collection and became a key feature of the more muscular Royal Oak Offshore in 44 mm, which started to appear in 2010 and has evolved in parallel of the 42 mm line ever since. Today, the “Méga Tapisserie” undergoes a new evolution with the release of the 43 mm size. Its criss-cross Tapisserie pattern nods to the powerful yet sophisticated aesthetic of the newly designed case.       The new 43 mm Royal Oak Offshore collection presents two models combining a stainless steel case with a bezel, push-pieces and a screw-locked crown, all crafted in black ceramics. To reinforce the two-tone aesthetic, the push-piece guards have been crafted in sandblasted stainless steel.  The first model plays with the case’s two-tone contrast. It is adorned with a black “Méga Tapisserie” dial enriched with rhodium-toned counters and comes with a black interchangeable rubber strap, as well as a second brown interchangeable calfskin strap.  The second stainless steel model presents a smoked light brown “Méga Tapisserie” dial with black chronograph counters and inner bezel, matched with a light brown interchangeable rubber strap. The watch is complemented with a second black interchangeable rubber strap. Both models are enhanced by white gold hour-markers, Royal Oak hands with luminescent coating and applied gold AP initials.     The Manufacture introduces two titanium models hand-finished with satin-brushing and polished chamfered. They are offered with dials in shade of blue or grey, both complemented with white gold hour-markers, Royal Oak hands with luminescent coating and applied gold AP initials. The first model features an all-titanium case with black ceramic push-pieces and screw-locked crown. The blue “Méga Tapisserie” dial and inner bezel are illuminated by rhodium-toned chronograph counters and matched with a blue interchangeable rubber strap. A second black interchangeable rubber strap is included.  The other titanium variant is enriched with a bezel, push-pieces and screw-locked crown in grey ceramics. The grey “Méga Tapisserie” dial is enhanced by blue chronograph counters and a blue inner bezel. The watch is complemented with a grey interchangeable rubber strap and a second blue interchangeable rubber strap.      The last model of the collection brings together an 18-carat pink gold case with a black ceramic bezel, both decorated with satin-brushing and polished chamfers. The contrast extends to the push-pieces and crown. The push-pieces and screw-locked crown are crafted in black ceramics and finished with satin-brushing, while the push-piece guards are in sandblasted 18-carat pink gold.  The bezel is matched with a black “Méga Tapisserie” dial adorned with rhodium-toned chronograph counters, whereas the pink gold hour-markers, Royal Oak hands and applied gold AP initials highlight the case’s two-tone design. The watch comes with a black interchangeable rubber strap as well as a black interchangeable alligator strap.     “Born in Le Brassus, raised around the world.” Swiss Haute Horlogerie manufacturer Audemars Piguet is thrilled to announce the release of a new Royal Oak Offshore line in 43 mm with 5 models honed from titanium, 18-carat pink gold or stainless steel. This new launch represents the first redesign of the Royal Oak Offshore since the evolution of the 44 mm collection in the early 2000s. While retaining the essence of the Royal Oak Offshore’s original characteristics, the design of the case and dial has evolved to offer optimum aesthetics and ergonomics. These models also introduce the Manufacture’s latest integrated flyback chronograph, Calibre 4401, in the Royal Oak Offshore collection. Last but not least, the new Royal Oak Offshore 43 mm is fitted with the Manufacture’s new interchangeable strap system that enables wearers to change straps easily. The Manufacture’s trademark alternation of hand-polished chamfers and satin-brushed finishing adorning the case and bezel furthers the watch’s new aesthetic.      The new Royal Oak Offshore 43 mm line introduces the Manufacture’s latest in-house integrated chronograph, Calibre 4401, in the Royal Oak Offshore collection. This selfwinding chronograph movement is equipped with a column wheel and the flyback function that enables to restart the chronograph without stopping or resetting it first.   Calibre 4401 also features a vertical clutch system that prevents hands from jumping when the chronograph is started or stopped, as well as a patented zero resetting mechanism ensuring that each one of the counter hands is seamlessly reset to zero.   The movement’s dedicated blackened 22-carat pink gold oscillating weight and refined decorations, including “Côtes de Genève,” “traits tirés” and circular graining can be admired through the sapphire caseback. The caseback also reveals components usually hidden from view such as the column wheel and the so-called “dance” of the chronograph hammers.*  With its selfwinding mechanism, 70 hours of power reserve and water resistance to 100 m, Calibre 4401 perfectly complements the Royal Oak Offshore.      When the reset button is activated, the hammers, driven by an operating lever, hit the chronograph’s heart-piece cams to bring the chronograph wheels and hands back to zero.     The Royal Oak Offshore 43 mm line is fitted with the Manufacture’s new interchangeable strap system. The interchangeability system has been directly integrated into the buckle and case’s studs, in perfect harmony with the case’s aesthetic codes. The ease and efficiency of the new system will allow clients to change the straps and buckles of their new timepiece themselves with a quick click and release. The double-push system also grants optimum security when the watch is worn on the wrist.  In addition, the interchangeable rubber straps in black, blue, grey and brown hues adorning the different models, as well as the AP pin buckle, are endowed with a new design.        The Royal Oak Offshore’s “Méga Tapisserie” pattern adorning the dial, available in shades of black, grey, light brown and blue, has been newly designed to offer enhanced contrast and high-end finishing. The pyramids composing the stamped Tapisserie have been sharpened and connected to one another with a raised criss-cross pattern that adds depth to the dial. The pyramids’ finishing gives a satin effect in an echo to the case’s bold yet refined aesthetic. Extensive programming and numerous prototypes were necessary to reach the perfect balance of sportiness and elegance.   The chronograph counters have also been rearranged to improve legibility: the minute counter now appears at 9 o’clock, while the hour counter is positioned at 3 o’clock. In addition, the date  window has been moved closer to the inner bezel between 4 and 5 o’clock. The small seconds counter is, for its part, at 6 o’clock.      Furthermore, the watch presents the new Royal Oak Offshore logo adorning all new models across the collection. The applied gold AP initials appear without the long-form signature at 12 o’clock.  The dial also features more assertive gold Royal Oak hands adding to the watch’s powerful identity. Since it hit the world of fine watches in 1993, the Royal Oak Offshore has offered a platform for innovation, seeing a raft of new materials, case sizes, complications, colours and dial designs.      In 1999, the Manufacture introduced a bolder guilloché pattern – the “Grande Tapisserie” – in the Royal Oak collection. Although produced with the same engine-turning process as for the Royal Oak and Royal Oak Offshore’s original “Petite Tapisserie” pattern, the base of the pyramids composing the “Grande Tapisserie” almost doubled in size, granting the watch a bolder look. The “Grande Tapisserie” soon followed in the Royal Oak Offshore 42 mm line.     In 2001, the Tapisserie pyramids saw yet another reinterpretation within the Royal Oak Offshore collection with the birth of the “Extra-Grande Tapisserie,” later renamed “Méga Tapisserie.” This time, the more massive pattern is no longer engine-turned, but stamped with powerful presses. This dial design was quickly adopted throughout the collection and became a key feature of the more muscular Royal Oak Offshore in 44 mm, which started to appear in 2010 and has evolved in parallel of the 42 mm line ever since. Today, the “Méga Tapisserie” undergoes a new evolution with the release of the 43 mm size. Its criss-cross Tapisserie pattern nods to the powerful yet sophisticated aesthetic of the newly designed case.       The new 43 mm Royal Oak Offshore collection presents two models combining a stainless steel case with a bezel, push-pieces and a screw-locked crown, all crafted in black ceramics. To reinforce the two-tone aesthetic, the push-piece guards have been crafted in sandblasted stainless steel.  The first model plays with the case’s two-tone contrast. It is adorned with a black “Méga Tapisserie” dial enriched with rhodium-toned counters and comes with a black interchangeable rubber strap, as well as a second brown interchangeable calfskin strap.  The second stainless steel model presents a smoked light brown “Méga Tapisserie” dial with black chronograph counters and inner bezel, matched with a light brown interchangeable rubber strap. The watch is complemented with a second black interchangeable rubber strap. Both models are enhanced by white gold hour-markers, Royal Oak hands with luminescent coating and applied gold AP initials.     The Manufacture introduces two titanium models hand-finished with satin-brushing and polished chamfered. They are offered with dials in shade of blue or grey, both complemented with white gold hour-markers, Royal Oak hands with luminescent coating and applied gold AP initials. The first model features an all-titanium case with black ceramic push-pieces and screw-locked crown. The blue “Méga Tapisserie” dial and inner bezel are illuminated by rhodium-toned chronograph counters and matched with a blue interchangeable rubber strap. A second black interchangeable rubber strap is included.  The other titanium variant is enriched with a bezel, push-pieces and screw-locked crown in grey ceramics. The grey “Méga Tapisserie” dial is enhanced by blue chronograph counters and a blue inner bezel. The watch is complemented with a grey interchangeable rubber strap and a second blue interchangeable rubber strap.      The last model of the collection brings together an 18-carat pink gold case with a black ceramic bezel, both decorated with satin-brushing and polished chamfers. The contrast extends to the push-pieces and crown. The push-pieces and screw-locked crown are crafted in black ceramics and finished with satin-brushing, while the push-piece guards are in sandblasted 18-carat pink gold.  The bezel is matched with a black “Méga Tapisserie” dial adorned with rhodium-toned chronograph counters, whereas the pink gold hour-markers, Royal Oak hands and applied gold AP initials highlight the case’s two-tone design. The watch comes with a black interchangeable rubber strap as well as a black interchangeable alligator strap.     “Born in Le Brassus, raised around the world.”

BREGUET ANNOUNCES THE APPOINTMENT OF ITS NEW CEO
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BREGUET ANNOUNCES THE APPOINTMENT OF ITS NEW CEO

Jewelry Breguet and its President Marc A. Hayek are delighted to announce the appointment of Lionel a Marca as its CEO.     Lionel a Marca joined the Swatch Group almost 30 years ago and has been working at the Maison since 2019. His commitment and impressive skills across all areas of watchmaking saw him appointed to the Executive Boards of Blancpain in 2004 and Harry Winston in 2014. In 2019, he also joined the Extended Executive Board of the Swatch Group.     Now, Mr. Marca is placing all of his fine horology passion and experience at the service of Breguet. He will be taking over the operational management under the presidency of Marc A. Hayek, with whom he has worked closely for over 20 years. As Marc A. Hayek noted, “The appointment of Lionel a Marca, a watchmaker in the purest sense of the word at a Maison of Breguet’s prestige, marks a new chapter in its history. I know that he will put all of his energy into continuing the work started by my grandfather since the takeover in 1999, while also keeping the pioneering spirit of its founder alive.” Breguet and its President Marc A. Hayek are delighted to announce the appointment of Lionel a Marca as its CEO.     Lionel a Marca joined the Swatch Group almost 30 years ago and has been working at the Maison since 2019. His commitment and impressive skills across all areas of watchmaking saw him appointed to the Executive Boards of Blancpain in 2004 and Harry Winston in 2014. In 2019, he also joined the Extended Executive Board of the Swatch Group.     Now, Mr. Marca is placing all of his fine horology passion and experience at the service of Breguet. He will be taking over the operational management under the presidency of Marc A. Hayek, with whom he has worked closely for over 20 years. As Marc A. Hayek noted, “The appointment of Lionel a Marca, a watchmaker in the purest sense of the word at a Maison of Breguet’s prestige, marks a new chapter in its history. I know that he will put all of his energy into continuing the work started by my grandfather since the takeover in 1999, while also keeping the pioneering spirit of its founder alive.”

A CAREFULLY CHOSEN GIFT FOR FATHER'S DAY BY BREGUET
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A CAREFULLY CHOSEN GIFT FOR FATHER'S DAY BY BREGUET

Watches On the occasion of Father's Day, Breguet invites you to discover a selection of luxury watches from the current collection. A unique gift for dads who love beautiful watches. From classic to contemporary, each model has its own particularity and character. Different styles for a successful gift. The Marine 5517BR129ZU watch is a combination of modernity and dynamism. The Marine 5517, a symbol of the new generation, displays the date at 3 o'clock in an hour display with Roman numerals. In rose gold, the watch gives a dressy look from afar and a more sporty look from up close. Diameter: 40mm. The Classique 7337BBY59VU watch, with its timeless elegance, exemplifies the Breguet style in its purest form. The watch is available in white gold with a gold dial in "Breguet blue". Engraved clouds are high in the painted sky of the moon phase, which, with its sparkling sequins, makes you dream of the Milky Way. Diameter: 39mm. The Tradition 7597BRG19WU watch is directly inspired by the caliber of the “Montrede souscription” that Breguet released at the end of the 18th century. This modern model shows the architectural shapes of the gait from a bird's eye view and, in addition to hour and minute indication, also provides a retrograde date indication. Diameter: 40mm. The Type XXI - 3817STX23ZU watch is inspired by aviation, a different field from watchmaking in which the Breguet family has made a name for itself. The chronograph with its vintage look evokes the history and origins of the Type XX line, while its technical features place it fully into the 21st century. Diameter: 42mm.     Breguet.com On the occasion of Father's Day, Breguet invites you to discover a selection of luxury watches from the current collection. A unique gift for dads who love beautiful watches. From classic to contemporary, each model has its own particularity and character. Different styles for a successful gift. The Marine 5517BR129ZU watch is a combination of modernity and dynamism. The Marine 5517, a symbol of the new generation, displays the date at 3 o'clock in an hour display with Roman numerals. In rose gold, the watch gives a dressy look from afar and a more sporty look from up close. Diameter: 40mm. The Classique 7337BBY59VU watch, with its timeless elegance, exemplifies the Breguet style in its purest form. The watch is available in white gold with a gold dial in "Breguet blue". Engraved clouds are high in the painted sky of the moon phase, which, with its sparkling sequins, makes you dream of the Milky Way. Diameter: 39mm. The Tradition 7597BRG19WU watch is directly inspired by the caliber of the “Montrede souscription” that Breguet released at the end of the 18th century. This modern model shows the architectural shapes of the gait from a bird's eye view and, in addition to hour and minute indication, also provides a retrograde date indication. Diameter: 40mm. The Type XXI - 3817STX23ZU watch is inspired by aviation, a different field from watchmaking in which the Breguet family has made a name for itself. The chronograph with its vintage look evokes the history and origins of the Type XX line, while its technical features place it fully into the 21st century. Diameter: 42mm.     Breguet.com

BREITLING’S HERITAGE, REVIVED
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BREITLING’S HERITAGE, REVIVED

Watches Inspired by the inventive spirit of Breitling’s founders, the new Premier Heritage Collection is for the modern and discerning man of impeccable taste. These exquisite timepieces are the brand’s most elegant and refined.     “This heritage-inspired design with a stylish modern twist embodies some of Breitling’s most famous innovations, and revives Breitling’s legacy of inventing the modern chronograph. This truly is our heritage revived,” says Georges Kern of Breitling’s timelessly elegant new collection.     The Premier Heritage Collection pays homage to Breitling’s very own Founders Squad: three generations of men who changed the history of timekeeping and made Breitling what it is today. Léon Breitling founded the company in 1884; later, he patented a simple timer/tachymeter that could measure any speed between 15 and 150 km/h, an invention featured in the 1906 Vitesse pocket watch.     In 1915, his son, Gaston, created one of the first wrist-worn chronographs with an independent pusher at 2 o’clock. This innovation separated the start, stop, and reset functions from the crown, making it infinitely more practical for timing sports.     In 1934, Léon’s grandson, Willy, patented the second independent chronograph pusher at 4 o’clock. Among Willy Breitling’s celebrated pioneering achievements was the establishment of the Huit Aviation Department in 1938.     VERY IMPECCABLE TASTE:   Besides being bold and tech savvy, Willy Breitling understood people’s desire for a touch of elegance and glamour. This inspired him to design the original Premier wristwatches in the 1940s, Breitling’s first step in linking purpose with style. As Willy saw it, “When a man puts on his watch, it is the unmistakable stamp of impeccable taste.”     The latest generation of Premiers – Breitling’s Premier Heritage Collection – brings this timeless elegance back to life. The collection includes six watches divided into three distinctive categories: The Chronograph, The Duograph, and The Datora.     All feature Arabic numerals, vintage-inspired hands and semi-shiny alligator straps with tone- on-tone stitching. Every watch is a COSC-certified chronometer and water-resistant up to 100 meters.     MANY GROUNDBREAKING FUNCTIONS:     The 40 mm Premier Heritage Chronograph is manually wound, just like its 1940s predecessors. It is powered by the Breitling Manufacture Caliber B09, which is based on the Breitling Manufacture Caliber 01. It comes in two variations: with an eye-catching pistachio-green dial encased in stainless steel or a stately silver-colored dial encased in 18 k red gold.     With stainless-steel and 18 k red gold cases measuring 42 mm, the Premier Heritage Duograph comes with a blue or black dial, respectively. Its rattrapante function – one of the most elaborate in watchmaking – enables the wearer to measure two elapsed times simultaneously thanks to its two superimposed chronograph hands. This piece houses the mechanical hand-wound Breitling Manufacture Caliber B15, which is based on the Breitling Manufacture Caliber B03.     Like its 1940s predecessor, the 42 mm Premier Heritage Datora also stands out for its highly visible and complex functions, namely its day, date, and moon-phase displays. It is powered by the Manufacture Caliber B25. The Datora’s copper-colored face is framed by a stainless-steel case, while its silver-colored dial comes in an 18 k red gold one.     All three models of the Premier Heritage Collection highlight Breitling’s mastery of timekeeping as it has evolved over the generations. Inspired by the inventive spirit of Breitling’s founders, the new Premier Heritage Collection is for the modern and discerning man of impeccable taste. These exquisite timepieces are the brand’s most elegant and refined.     “This heritage-inspired design with a stylish modern twist embodies some of Breitling’s most famous innovations, and revives Breitling’s legacy of inventing the modern chronograph. This truly is our heritage revived,” says Georges Kern of Breitling’s timelessly elegant new collection.     The Premier Heritage Collection pays homage to Breitling’s very own Founders Squad: three generations of men who changed the history of timekeeping and made Breitling what it is today. Léon Breitling founded the company in 1884; later, he patented a simple timer/tachymeter that could measure any speed between 15 and 150 km/h, an invention featured in the 1906 Vitesse pocket watch.     In 1915, his son, Gaston, created one of the first wrist-worn chronographs with an independent pusher at 2 o’clock. This innovation separated the start, stop, and reset functions from the crown, making it infinitely more practical for timing sports.     In 1934, Léon’s grandson, Willy, patented the second independent chronograph pusher at 4 o’clock. Among Willy Breitling’s celebrated pioneering achievements was the establishment of the Huit Aviation Department in 1938.     VERY IMPECCABLE TASTE:   Besides being bold and tech savvy, Willy Breitling understood people’s desire for a touch of elegance and glamour. This inspired him to design the original Premier wristwatches in the 1940s, Breitling’s first step in linking purpose with style. As Willy saw it, “When a man puts on his watch, it is the unmistakable stamp of impeccable taste.”     The latest generation of Premiers – Breitling’s Premier Heritage Collection – brings this timeless elegance back to life. The collection includes six watches divided into three distinctive categories: The Chronograph, The Duograph, and The Datora.     All feature Arabic numerals, vintage-inspired hands and semi-shiny alligator straps with tone- on-tone stitching. Every watch is a COSC-certified chronometer and water-resistant up to 100 meters.     MANY GROUNDBREAKING FUNCTIONS:     The 40 mm Premier Heritage Chronograph is manually wound, just like its 1940s predecessors. It is powered by the Breitling Manufacture Caliber B09, which is based on the Breitling Manufacture Caliber 01. It comes in two variations: with an eye-catching pistachio-green dial encased in stainless steel or a stately silver-colored dial encased in 18 k red gold.     With stainless-steel and 18 k red gold cases measuring 42 mm, the Premier Heritage Duograph comes with a blue or black dial, respectively. Its rattrapante function – one of the most elaborate in watchmaking – enables the wearer to measure two elapsed times simultaneously thanks to its two superimposed chronograph hands. This piece houses the mechanical hand-wound Breitling Manufacture Caliber B15, which is based on the Breitling Manufacture Caliber B03.     Like its 1940s predecessor, the 42 mm Premier Heritage Datora also stands out for its highly visible and complex functions, namely its day, date, and moon-phase displays. It is powered by the Manufacture Caliber B25. The Datora’s copper-colored face is framed by a stainless-steel case, while its silver-colored dial comes in an 18 k red gold one.     All three models of the Premier Heritage Collection highlight Breitling’s mastery of timekeeping as it has evolved over the generations.

AUDEMARS PIGUET PRESENTS GREEN HUES FOR THE ROYAL OAK
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AUDEMARS PIGUET PRESENTS GREEN HUES FOR THE ROYAL OAK

Watches Swiss Haute Horlogerie manufacturer, Audemars Piguet, is pleased to unveil several new Royal Oak models enriched with green dials. The new offerings include a 950platinum Royal Oak “Jumbo” Extra-Thin with a smoked green dial embellished with a sunburst pattern, as well as a limited-edition Royal Oak Selfwinding Chronograph with an 18-carat yellowgold case and a green “Grande Tapisserie” dial. Lastly, the Manufacture also presents three new Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon variants in pink gold or titanium, all of which incorporate green hues.     Audemars Piguet first employed colourful stone dials during the 1970s, in brown, green and blue tones. This paved the way for a new generation of lively and expressive dials in the 1990s, whichhave permeated the Manufacture’s collections ever since.     ROYAL OAK “JUMBO” EXTRA-THIN     The 39mm “Jumbo” is presented with a full 950 platinum case and bracelet as well as a smoked green dial adorned with a sunburst pattern. This is the first time that this configuration has been employed within the 15202 collection. Just 8.1 mm in thickness, the case also confers a slender appearance. The white gold applied hour-markers and Royal Oak hands are treated with luminescent coating,aiding legibility in dim light. The “Audemars Piguet” signature is positioned below noon, while the AP initials are located at 6 o’clock, as “Jumbo” convention dictates. At the heart of the watch is the selfwinding Manufacture Calibre 2121 fitted with a 22-carat gold oscillating weight. The inventory of functions includes: hours, minutes and date. The Royal Oak “Jumbo” Extra-Thin is exclusively reserved for AP Houses.     ROYAL OAK SELFWINDING CHRONOGRAPH     The Royal Oak Selfwinding Chronograph is offered in a new colourway, pairing an 18-carat yellowgold case with a green dial. The dial is adorned with a “Grande Tapisserie” pattern complemented with three snailed counters. The “Audemars Piguet” name on the dial is formed of 24-carat gold andrealised using galvanic growth. The model is fitted with a solid caseback engraved with “Limited Edition” (125 pieces). Housed in a 41mm case, this version of the Royal Oak is powered by the selfwinding Manufacture Calibre 2385 which includes an 18-carat gold oscillating weight. As well as its chronograph, the movement indicates the hours, minutes, small seconds and date. In addition to the yellow gold bracelet, with AP folding clasp, the model is supplied with two additional straps: green calfskin and green rubber.       ROYAL OAK SELFWINDING FLYING TOURBILLON   Upholding Audemars Piguet’s reputation for making high complications, the Royal Oak SelfwindingFlying Tourbillon showcases the talents of the Manufacture’s craftspeople with three new variants and much hand-finishing in evidence. Each option is presented in a 41mm case and is endowed with a green Tapisserie dial enriched with a sunburst pattern. The first reference comes with an 18-carat pink gold case with matching hour-markers and hands. This model is limited to just 10 pieces. The second model, limited to 50 pieces, is crafted in full titanium. The third model, limited to 15 pieces, combines a titanium case with an 18-carat white gold bezel set with 32 baguette-cut emeralds (~2.41 carats), each individually cut, faceted and set by hand. The emeralds’ verdant huesenhance the green colour of the Tapisserie dial, while offering a unique play of light. Both titanium models incorporate white gold applied hour-makers and Royal Oak hands with luminescent coating and are complemented with a titanium bracelet. All models are equipped with the selfwinding Manufacture Calibre 2950, the latest generation of the Audemars Piguet flying tourbillon. Unlike a conventional tourbillon, a flying tourbillon eschews the upper bridge, affording views of the escapement, regulating organ and cage in motion.     “Born in Le Brassus, raised around the world.”   Swiss Haute Horlogerie manufacturer, Audemars Piguet, is pleased to unveil several new Royal Oak models enriched with green dials. The new offerings include a 950platinum Royal Oak “Jumbo” Extra-Thin with a smoked green dial embellished with a sunburst pattern, as well as a limited-edition Royal Oak Selfwinding Chronograph with an 18-carat yellowgold case and a green “Grande Tapisserie” dial. Lastly, the Manufacture also presents three new Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon variants in pink gold or titanium, all of which incorporate green hues.     Audemars Piguet first employed colourful stone dials during the 1970s, in brown, green and blue tones. This paved the way for a new generation of lively and expressive dials in the 1990s, whichhave permeated the Manufacture’s collections ever since.     ROYAL OAK “JUMBO” EXTRA-THIN     The 39mm “Jumbo” is presented with a full 950 platinum case and bracelet as well as a smoked green dial adorned with a sunburst pattern. This is the first time that this configuration has been employed within the 15202 collection. Just 8.1 mm in thickness, the case also confers a slender appearance. The white gold applied hour-markers and Royal Oak hands are treated with luminescent coating,aiding legibility in dim light. The “Audemars Piguet” signature is positioned below noon, while the AP initials are located at 6 o’clock, as “Jumbo” convention dictates. At the heart of the watch is the selfwinding Manufacture Calibre 2121 fitted with a 22-carat gold oscillating weight. The inventory of functions includes: hours, minutes and date. The Royal Oak “Jumbo” Extra-Thin is exclusively reserved for AP Houses.     ROYAL OAK SELFWINDING CHRONOGRAPH     The Royal Oak Selfwinding Chronograph is offered in a new colourway, pairing an 18-carat yellowgold case with a green dial. The dial is adorned with a “Grande Tapisserie” pattern complemented with three snailed counters. The “Audemars Piguet” name on the dial is formed of 24-carat gold andrealised using galvanic growth. The model is fitted with a solid caseback engraved with “Limited Edition” (125 pieces). Housed in a 41mm case, this version of the Royal Oak is powered by the selfwinding Manufacture Calibre 2385 which includes an 18-carat gold oscillating weight. As well as its chronograph, the movement indicates the hours, minutes, small seconds and date. In addition to the yellow gold bracelet, with AP folding clasp, the model is supplied with two additional straps: green calfskin and green rubber.       ROYAL OAK SELFWINDING FLYING TOURBILLON   Upholding Audemars Piguet’s reputation for making high complications, the Royal Oak SelfwindingFlying Tourbillon showcases the talents of the Manufacture’s craftspeople with three new variants and much hand-finishing in evidence. Each option is presented in a 41mm case and is endowed with a green Tapisserie dial enriched with a sunburst pattern. The first reference comes with an 18-carat pink gold case with matching hour-markers and hands. This model is limited to just 10 pieces. The second model, limited to 50 pieces, is crafted in full titanium. The third model, limited to 15 pieces, combines a titanium case with an 18-carat white gold bezel set with 32 baguette-cut emeralds (~2.41 carats), each individually cut, faceted and set by hand. The emeralds’ verdant huesenhance the green colour of the Tapisserie dial, while offering a unique play of light. Both titanium models incorporate white gold applied hour-makers and Royal Oak hands with luminescent coating and are complemented with a titanium bracelet. All models are equipped with the selfwinding Manufacture Calibre 2950, the latest generation of the Audemars Piguet flying tourbillon. Unlike a conventional tourbillon, a flying tourbillon eschews the upper bridge, affording views of the escapement, regulating organ and cage in motion.     “Born in Le Brassus, raised around the world.”  

 Cartier announces the 24 fellows for the 2021 edition of the Cartier Women’s Initiative
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Cartier announces the 24 fellows for the 2021 edition of the Cartier Women’s Initiative

Events With the announcement of the 2021 Cartier Women’s Initiative fellows, Cartier is reaffirming its commitments to women impact entrepreneurs leveraging business as a force for good.     Since 2006, the Cartier Women’s Initiative has helped these women reach their full potential by shining a light on their achievements and providing them with the necessary financial, social and human capital support to grow their businesses and build their leadership skills. The program is open to women-run and women-owned businesses from any country and sector that aim to have a strong and sustainable positive impact on society as defined by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.     Since its creation, the Cartier Women’s Initiative has accompanied over 260 promising women entrepreneurs hailing from 59 different countries and has awarded over US $4 million in prize money to support their businesses.     This year, to further increase its impact and relevance, the program has launched the Science & Technology Pioneer Award. In addition to the 7 existing Regional Awards, 3 more women impact entrepreneurs at the forefront of scientific and technological innovation will be recognized. Open to women entrepreneurs from any country and sector, this award will highlight disruptive solutions built around unique, protected or hard-to-reproduce technological or scientific advances.     24 fellows are selected amongst 876 applicants hailing from 142 countries. For the first time, theCartier Women’s Initiative has recognized women impact entrepreneurs from Mali, Iraq and Myanmar. These fellows represent the top 3 businesses for each of the 7 Regional Awards and for the Science & Technology Pioneer Award.     In these unprecedented times, Cartier considers it its duty to protect its teams, partners and program participants, this is why the 8 laureates will be announced on May 26th 2021, during a virtual ceremony, which will close a digital awards week on the theme of the Ripple Effect.     Prior to the ceremony, the Cartier Women’s Initiative will also be organizing a virtual gathering under the same theme on May 24th and 25th 2021 that will assemble a wide range of speakers including Cartier President and CEO, Cyrille Vigneron, thought leaders and friends of the Maison in order to discuss how each of us can drive change and uplift women impact entrepreneurs, thus paving the way for a better world for future generations.     “Women have always had a pivotal role at Cartier, both as a driving force and an endless source of inspiration. In these challenging times, they are more admirable than ever, proving their resilience in the face of adversity and their ability to create concrete and durable solutions not only for themselves but for their communities and the world at large. It is our honor and pride to support these women who keep pushing the boundaries in order to make the world a better and more equal place.”Cyrille Vigneron, President and CEO of Cartier International     The 8 laureates for each Award category will take home US $100,000 in prize money, whereas the second and third runner-ups for each Award category will receive US $30,000. Finally, the 8 laureates and 16 finalists will all benefit from tailored 1:1 training, collective workshops, media visibility and international networking opportunities, as well as the opportunity to join an INSEAD impact entrepreneurship program.     For more information on the programme and footage of the fellows, please visit: www.cartierwomensinitiative.com With the announcement of the 2021 Cartier Women’s Initiative fellows, Cartier is reaffirming its commitments to women impact entrepreneurs leveraging business as a force for good.     Since 2006, the Cartier Women’s Initiative has helped these women reach their full potential by shining a light on their achievements and providing them with the necessary financial, social and human capital support to grow their businesses and build their leadership skills. The program is open to women-run and women-owned businesses from any country and sector that aim to have a strong and sustainable positive impact on society as defined by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.     Since its creation, the Cartier Women’s Initiative has accompanied over 260 promising women entrepreneurs hailing from 59 different countries and has awarded over US $4 million in prize money to support their businesses.     This year, to further increase its impact and relevance, the program has launched the Science & Technology Pioneer Award. In addition to the 7 existing Regional Awards, 3 more women impact entrepreneurs at the forefront of scientific and technological innovation will be recognized. Open to women entrepreneurs from any country and sector, this award will highlight disruptive solutions built around unique, protected or hard-to-reproduce technological or scientific advances.     24 fellows are selected amongst 876 applicants hailing from 142 countries. For the first time, theCartier Women’s Initiative has recognized women impact entrepreneurs from Mali, Iraq and Myanmar. These fellows represent the top 3 businesses for each of the 7 Regional Awards and for the Science & Technology Pioneer Award.     In these unprecedented times, Cartier considers it its duty to protect its teams, partners and program participants, this is why the 8 laureates will be announced on May 26th 2021, during a virtual ceremony, which will close a digital awards week on the theme of the Ripple Effect.     Prior to the ceremony, the Cartier Women’s Initiative will also be organizing a virtual gathering under the same theme on May 24th and 25th 2021 that will assemble a wide range of speakers including Cartier President and CEO, Cyrille Vigneron, thought leaders and friends of the Maison in order to discuss how each of us can drive change and uplift women impact entrepreneurs, thus paving the way for a better world for future generations.     “Women have always had a pivotal role at Cartier, both as a driving force and an endless source of inspiration. In these challenging times, they are more admirable than ever, proving their resilience in the face of adversity and their ability to create concrete and durable solutions not only for themselves but for their communities and the world at large. It is our honor and pride to support these women who keep pushing the boundaries in order to make the world a better and more equal place.”Cyrille Vigneron, President and CEO of Cartier International     The 8 laureates for each Award category will take home US $100,000 in prize money, whereas the second and third runner-ups for each Award category will receive US $30,000. Finally, the 8 laureates and 16 finalists will all benefit from tailored 1:1 training, collective workshops, media visibility and international networking opportunities, as well as the opportunity to join an INSEAD impact entrepreneurship program.     For more information on the programme and footage of the fellows, please visit: www.cartierwomensinitiative.com

CHANEL proudly reveals the new face of J12 actress Margot Robbie
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CHANEL proudly reveals the new face of J12 actress Margot Robbie

Watches Everything has always been about seconds for a House created by a woman who knew how to follow her instincts. The instinct of the moment when everything is decided.     Whether it is the longest second of a lifetime on the day of an important decision, or preparing a soft-boiled egg with perfect culinary precision, catching an airplane or missing a taxi, our existence is a succession of milestones that are of no coincidence.     The J12 is the watch for these milestones, and the perfect accompaniment for every second. In this campaign for the most iconic CHANEL watch, nine iconic women share their personal experiences about a second that changed their lives.     Everything is a story of seconds for a woman who is in touch with her life and with this intimate timepiece that can shape destiny in a few seconds. The J12 is the watch for this woman.     In 2021, Margot Robbie joins the faces of the iconic CHANEL J12 watch campaign initiated in 2019.     “It feels incredibly special to be alongside such inspiring women in this campaign. Embodying the J12 watch to me is acknowledging and appreciating time.“     #J12 #ItsAllAboutSeconds #CHANELWatches Everything has always been about seconds for a House created by a woman who knew how to follow her instincts. The instinct of the moment when everything is decided.     Whether it is the longest second of a lifetime on the day of an important decision, or preparing a soft-boiled egg with perfect culinary precision, catching an airplane or missing a taxi, our existence is a succession of milestones that are of no coincidence.     The J12 is the watch for these milestones, and the perfect accompaniment for every second. In this campaign for the most iconic CHANEL watch, nine iconic women share their personal experiences about a second that changed their lives.     Everything is a story of seconds for a woman who is in touch with her life and with this intimate timepiece that can shape destiny in a few seconds. The J12 is the watch for this woman.     In 2021, Margot Robbie joins the faces of the iconic CHANEL J12 watch campaign initiated in 2019.     “It feels incredibly special to be alongside such inspiring women in this campaign. Embodying the J12 watch to me is acknowledging and appreciating time.“     #J12 #ItsAllAboutSeconds #CHANELWatches

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