Following the successful launch of the 2016 Special Edition, Hublot and Cheval Blanc is collaborating again in the making of new timepiece! Different from their last collection that is inspired by traditional and modern architecture, and dominated by taupe and a touch of pop yellow, they come with something new and beautiful.
Being the intimate and lavish Cheval Blanc Maison in the Maldives idyllic Noonu Atoll and a haven for art de vivre is borrowing the talent from Hublot and create the dial using sand. This piece is made as a tribute to the colours surrounding the atoll, where the ocean’s dark blue contrast beautifully with the limpid turquoise of the lagoon, all a reflection of the clear blue skies above.
“Just like the blue waters surrounding Cheval Blanc Randheli, the captivating blue tones of the two new timepieces dedicated to the Maison create an appealing aura on the wrist, offering wearers a new experience with time,” says Ricardo Guadalupe, CEO of Hublot.
The brand commissioned Parisian artist Vincent Beaurin design the signature work of art at the Cheval Blanc Maison in Maldives and his works have graced the walls of Cheval Blanc Randheli since its opening. He wanted “in this incredible landscape, to open his arms, to embrace and contemplate the vastness.”.
The Classic Fusion 45mm and 38mm Cheval Blanc Randheli Special Edition are only available at the Cheval Blanc Randheli Concept Store, in the dedicated Hublot area that reflects the identity of the most iconic Hublot boutiques around the world.