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Fabergé Video. Visionnaire DTZ

Fabergé illustrates the masculine prowess of the Visionnaire DTZ with a new film introducing the man behind the watch.

With this film, Fabergé invites the viewer to discover the characteristics of the intuitive Visionnaire DTZ timepiece, with each feature being embodied by the stylish Kirk Newman, set in a breath-taking apartment at the South Bank Tower. From the sapphire crystal case back revealing the unique architecture of the movement, illustrated with a broad body and sexy back, to the timeless design painted by the exquisite setting, the Visionnaire DTZ film celebrates perfection.

Fabergé’s witty interpretation of the new gentlemen’s timepiece is illustrative of Peter Carl Fabergé’s penchant for humour that was highlighted throughout his legendary creations.

Fabergé has won the prestigious 2016 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) in the "Travel Time" category with its Visionnaire DTZ timepiece. The GPHG is widely regarded as the ‘Oscars’ of the global watch industry. Fabergé’s Lady Levity watch was also shortlisted in the "Ladies'" category.

"Winning the ‘Ladies High Mechanical’ category last year was a source of tremendous inspiration for our entire team"  said Sean Gilbertson, Fabergé CEO. "To win another GPHG award this year is an honour and privilege that we will not take lightly as we approach 2017, a year that marks both the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution and the 175th anniversary of the founding of Fabergé in 1842. Our heartfelt gratitude goes to the jury for their recognition of the spirit that is embodied in the Fabergé Visionnaire DTZ."

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