Singapore is set to host Breguet Classic Tour, which previously made stops in key cities around the world, including Geneva, London, Milan and New York City.
In many ways, the contemporary Breguet gentleman is elegant and detailed – just like a Breguet watch. The seminal work of the Swiss manufacture's founder, Abraham-Louis Breguet (1747-1823), defined fine watchmaking and set the standards for how the craft was to be judged.
The Classique Collection under the brand now exemplifies the watchmaking ideals of precision, clarity and elegant lines. To date, Breguet's wristwatches continue to showcase the revolutionary inventions of its founder.
The models composing the Classique collection are a magnificent distillation of the attributes distinguishing the House, whose innate refinement naturally charms gentlemen in search of pure elegance since 1775.
To create timeless design, Abraham-Louis Breguet turned to the classical rules of proportion and order. As in all precious objects, it is the sum of detail that gives a watch its particular presence. These consisted of Breguet hands, the secret signature, an individual number, guilloché dials, Breguet numerals, and caseband fluting.
By giving a similar attention to details, a true gentleman appreciates the art of the crafts that grooming and bespoke tailoring also carry.
On 22 November, 2018, Breguet together with tailor Kevin Seah Bespoke, barbershop Truefitt & Hill and rare whisky specialist La Maison du Whisky, are celebrating this gentleman pursuit of excellent values and style with an immersive experiential dimension.