The Fifty Fathoms collection embodies Blancpain’s passion for the underwater world that was originally expressed in 1953 with the creation of the first modern diver’s watch.

Franck Muller’s most iconoclastic complication, the Crazy Hours, 15 years of insane, indelible magic.

Breitling has always been involved in exploring new fields of activity and will continue to do so in the future – together with the squads.

The amazing Surfers Squad and new partners, who are completely committed to maintaining clean oceans and beaches, are perfect expressions of our passion for water, which, along with air and land, are Breitling’s thematic pillars.

With an all-star cast, the Breitling Cinema Squads bring the excitement and drama of the big screen to a dynamic, creative new partnership with Breitling.

Breitling recently announced its squad concept. This imaginative idea involves creating three-person groups (the squads) whose members – all true masters in their respective professions – forge strong bonds and work together toward a common goal.

‘My Franck Muller’ portrait exhibition – a prestigious project that photographs 13 most unique personalities in the country and their very own Franck Muller timepieces.

The timepiece that is equally at home under water and in chic urban settings takes on board a new self-winding F385 movement featuring a flyback chronograph function.

Blancpain’s three-hand version of the Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe appears for the first time in a plasma gray ceramic case.

The Fifty Fathoms collection embodies Blancpain’s passion for the underwater world that was originally expressed in 1953 with the creation of the first modern diver’s watch.

An invitation to raise our gaze skywards & a reflection of the watchmaking expertise of Vacheron Constantin.

MY FRANCK MULLER

February 1, 2018

Franck Muller invites watch connoisseurs to My Franck Muller exhibition at Siam Paragon, Bangkok