Hublot helped The Prince’s Trust mark more than 40 years of supporting disadvantaged young people in the UK at a gala dinner at Kensington Palace last night.
The watchmaker also created a special timepiece, the Classic Fusion Chronograph Prince’s Trust, as part of a collaboration with the charity.
Hublot CEO, Ricardo Guadalupe, hosted the evening and was joined by special guests Paul Brown, The Prince’s Trust marketing director and Helen David, Harrods chief merchant.
The event was compered by broadcast journalist and presenter Natasha Kaplinksy and welcomed former England Football superstar Rio Ferdinand and Chelsea FC legends Nemanja Matic and Asmir Begovic.
Hublot brand ambassador Maxime Büchi, creative designer and artist who worked on Hublot Sang Bleu watches, also joined the charitable event.
The Classic Fusion Chronograph Prince’s Trust watch, which is limited to 100 pieces, comes in a 45mm case in polished and satin-finished titanium and blue sun-ray satin finished chronograph dial powered by the self-winding movement featuring a 42 hour power reserve.
The on-trend blue theme continues with the rubber and alcantara strap. The timepiece is completed by The Prince’s Trust logo shown at 12 o’clock.
The watch will be sold exclusively in the United Kingdom, with a portion of proceeds from the sale of each one going directly to the Prince’s Trust charity.
Harrods will launch the collection with exclusivity for 1 month from April 27th 2017.