Hublot watch

Born in 1980
Origin Switzerland
Prices from £6,000
Famous for  Jose Mourinho is but one of a huge range of celebrity fans

With model names such as the Big Bang Baby Million and the One Million $ Black Caviar, Hublot is unashamedly for lovers of true luxury. You’ll spot these opulent timepieces on the wrists of football legend Diego Maradona, the world’s fastest man Usain Bolt and Formula One CEO Bernie Ecclestone.

Hublot – the French word for porthole, chosen to reflect the shape of the first Hublot watch produced in the 1980’s – is proud of its holistic approach to constructing these coveted pieces. Bringing together materials as varied as rubber and diamond, one of Hublot’s founding principles is ‘the art of fusion’. Famous for using carbon fibre to create super-light watches.

From the flagship store on London’s Bond Street to the far-flung luxury VIP bar and boutique in Mongolia’s Ulan Bataar, Hublot’s exquisite watches have a huge international following. Some models are only released by the handful each year, their rarity ensuring they continue to hit most-wanted lists all over the world. Bought in 2008 by LVMH (the French owners Moet and Louis Vuitton), and with prices that range well into the millions, there is no mistaking Hublot’s focus on a market that cherishes style, fashion and exclusivity.

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