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Hublot continues to work with world street artists on limited editions


Hublot’s relentless rollout of new models continued this week with a new Classic Fusion and a Big Bang launched at a Hublot Loves Art event in New York.

The watches have been created in collaboration with street artists Hush and Tristan Eaton; the latest in a line of graffiti specialists lending their creative expertise to the watchmaking process.



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Mr Eaton contributed to the design of the Hublot Classic Fusion 45mm Chronograph, which uses brushed bronze and polished gold-plated appliques to represent East Coast “Fortune”. The colour and finish is similar to the Charging Bull sculpture that guards the entrance to Manhattan’s Financial District.

The case back has a medley of Wall Street motifs including an image of the bull, money sign, and Wall Street sign.

The watch, which is limited to just 50 pieces, houses a Caliber Hublot HUB1143, self-winding chronograph movement giving it a 42 hour power reserve.

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Mr Hush helped design a skeletonised Spirit Of Big Bang. The 42mm piece has a 50 hour power reserve thanks to the HUB4700, self-winding Chronograph movement.

It has a black-and-white woman’s portrait splashed across the case back in a multi-coloured collage of mixed media. The timepiece features a skeletonised dial contrasting with a white ceramic bezel.


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