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Seen @ Opening Party of HUBLOT NATION Pop-up Store at Paragon Singapore
By SENATUS Editor | 18 September 2014

On Tuesday, The Hour Glass - official retailer for Hublot Timepieces in South East Asia - unveiled the 2nd iteration of its pop-up showcase at Paragon Shopping Centre in Singapore, entitled HUBLOT NATION dedicated to the army of Hublot fans in Singapore, and the region.

The event saw the attendance of Hublot enthusiasts and owners, VIPs, celebrities and members of the media, who had the chance to see in person the Classic Fusion Tourbillon Firmament, an exquisite timepiece that is made with osmium crystal, a World First as well as the Classic Fusion Tourbillon Skull – a rare timepiece of just 50 pieces worldwide using an entirely new material to Hublot, ceramized aluminium. Capping the showcase off was the pristine Big Bang Ferrari White Ceramic.

The design of this latest pop-up store was inspired by Hublot’s unique motto “Art of Fusion”, based off the vision of Mathias Buttet, Director of Hublot’s Research & Development who was personally in town to officiate at the opening.

Photos by @WilliamLai | More info: http://senat.us/1s8Z6Mr

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