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Roger Dubuis  -  Art Basel Miami

Roger Dubuis Art Basel Miami

Roger Dubuis CEO Jean-Marc Pontroué and Stephanie Seymour welcomed guests to an evening of Haute Horlogerie.

On Wednesday, 3rd of December 2014, Roger Dubuis CEO Jean-Marc Pontroué and supermodel Stephanie Seymour hosted guests at a private dinner at theThompson Miami Beach hotel. One hundred guests convened at the newly opened property to view the Velvet Haute Couture limited edition collection and to toast Ms. Seymour as the Velvet collection’s new muse.

The evening highlighted the brand new Velvet Haute Couture collection, a limited edition trio within the iconic Velvet ladies collection from Roger Dubuis. All of the models in the Velvet collection have defined audacious horlogerie for glamorous women with their distinguishable design characteristics such as the graphic split-level dials and dynamic numerals tapering toward the center. The Velvet Haute Couture is an extravagant and alluring expression of the Velvet family, combining Haute Horlogerie and Haute Couture.

 

Roger Dubuis - Art Basel Miami

 

“We are pleased to celebrate Roger Dubuis at Art Basel Miami for the third consecutive year by highlighting the exceptional work of art that is the Velvet Haute Couture collection,” says CEO Jean-Marc Pontroué. “This exclusive trilogy is demonstrative of the unconventional, daring nature of our fine watchmaking brand. It is this bold essence which makes Stephanie the perfect embodiment for this collection.”

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The Roger Dubuis Manufacture was founded on the desire for independence and watchmaking excellence. With remarkable dynamism, Roger Dubuis quickly ignited the world of Haute Horlogerie and has developed over thirty completely original in-house movements. Striking a fine balance between traditional watchmaking expertise and avant‑garde design, the Manufacture became a specialist in architectural skeletonised movements.

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