Raymond Weil last night marked its eighth year as official watch and timing partner of the Brit Awards by giving two unique special edition timepiece to some of the biggest names in the music industry.
The watches were created especially for the event, held last night at London’s O2 Arena, in examples for both men and women based on the brand’s Nabucco family and inspired by the event and its history. Raymond Weil closely associates itself with music and musicians and names its collections using musical references.
All of the recipients who included Bastille, Rizzle Kicks, Ella Eyre, Labrinth, Emeli Sande, Tinie Tempah, Zane Lowe, Sam Smith, Nile Rogers, Pharrell Williams, John Newman, Elie Goulding, Bastille, Jake Bugg, Disclosure, AlunaGeorge, Beyonce, Bruno Mars and Artic Monkeys were characterised as “dedicated to individuals with strong personalities”.
“We are delighted to continue our partnership with the Brit Awards in to its eighth year. 2013 was an exceptional year for Raymond Weil and for British music and we are proud to have been part of this year’s ceremony that honours the achievement of those artists that have really shone.The immensely positive response to this year’s Brit Awards special edition timepieces is a reflection of the importance we give to quality, innovation and creativity, values also recognized by the music industry’s Brit Awards.” Said Elie Bernheim, director of Raymond Weil.
The watches were presented in a special edition watch box along with a pair of specially created Sennheiser headphones.