WATCHES AND WONDERS 2022


From 30 March to 5 April 2022, Geneva will be the epicenter of the watchmaking world for the first physical event of Watches and Wonders Geneva. This year, Hublot will be showcasing unique watches that have been created by the Nyon manufacture’s mastery of materials and design: the Art of Fusion. 

SQUARE BANG UNICO: A NEW WATCH-SHAPE TAKES FORM AT WATCHES & WONDERS


Hublot unveils its own interpretation of the square watch, a totally new geometry for the watchmaker. Inspired by the Maison’s iconic Big Bang, this Square Bang Unico adds a new pillar, ‘The Shaped Collection’ to sit alongside the Spirit of Big Bang. Today, a fourth shape has been created: the square.

BIG BANG TOURBILLON AUTOMATIC PURPLE SAPPHIRE


With the new Big Bang Tourbillon Automatic Purple Sapphire, the Nyon watchmaker unveils an exclusive version of synthetic sapphire, a world first, and a completely new colour in the field of fine watchmaking: translucent purple. It reveals a watchmaker tirelessly pursuing its Research & Development which has made it one of the leading and most disruptive watch brands of the new millennium. Each new colour is the result of a very subtle alchemy in order to combine a powerful, expressive and precise shade, which is at the same time translucent and perfectly homogeneous within the mass of a highly-complex case.

HUBLOT CERAMIC IN ITS INTEGRAL ELEMENT 4 NEW SHADES TAKE YOU ON A COLOURFUL TRIP AROUND THE WORLD


A Big Bang Integral Ceramic in its element. Integral fusion: monobloc, monomaterial, monochrome. What makes this piece integral? Firstly, its monobloc architecture with the bracelet integrated into the case, secondly, it is monomaterial –made from ceramic– and thirdly, its 4 new monochrome colourways –blue indigo, sky blue, sand beige and jungle green. Are you ready for the journey?

CLASSIC FUSION ORLINSKI BRACELET


After five years of collaboration, Hublot and Richard Orlinski are unveiling the missing link of their shared collection: a series of watches adorned with a new metallic bracelet using the facets of the French artist’s famous sculptures. When Hublot unveiled the first watch sculpted by Richard Orlinski in Miami in December 2017, the public reaction was unanimous: this was the first ever Orlinski artwork to tell the time! Since the launch of the first model, the Swiss watchmaker and Richard Orlinski have given life to a collection of watches displaying the angular style typical of the French artist’s work.

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