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Watches and Wonders 2023 - Evening News – Saturday, April 1st

Watches and Wonders 2023 Evening News – Saturday, April 1st

Join us for this last day on the WorldTempus sofa from Watches and Wonders 2023

In today’s show, we have had another incredible day with a full programme of activities. Mr. and Mrs. Schaller from Louis Moinet were our passengers in the taxi, Jordy Bellido’s booth tour took us to Bell & Ross. Brice Lechevalier joined Frédérique Arnault from TAG Heuer with his fishbowl of questions. Suzanne Wong got technical with a watch review direct from the Patek Philippe booth. We caught up with Jean-Christophe Teigner and his Fine Watch Club members at Montblanc, and our guest of the day was Cyrus’s CEO Walter Ribaga. 

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