Watches and Wonders 2023: Hublot wows with aesthetically amazing novelties

This year, Swiss luxury watchmaker Hublot brought some truly refreshing creations to the table at Watches and Wonders 2023

Square Bang Unico

A year after the launch of the the Square Bang Unico line, Hublot now presents three new editions in sapphire and ceramic. They say ice is nice and this confirms it.

Furthermore, an exclusive set of eight pieces were made available, in white gold, titanium and “King Gold”, with four setting levels. King Gold is Hublot’s alloy containing mainly platinum, with a new gold colour in a warmer shade than the traditional 5N 18K gold.

Big Bang

A new Big Bang unites a micro-rotor tourbillon manufactured in-house with an ultra-lightweight, robust carbon fibre and Texalium case and a seamlessly integrated strap.

With a case and straps made of polished blue sapphire crystal, this Big Bang model makes for a distinctly cool accessory.

The Big Bang One Click King Gold Rainbow is a statement piece if there was one. A polished 18K King Gold case is set with 48 baguette-cut gemstones, namely rubies, pink sapphires, amethysts, blue sapphires, blue topazes, tsavorites, yellow sapphires and orange sapphires.

Takashi Murakami NFT watches

Launched in February 2023, Hublot and Takashi Murakami presented 13 new NFTs and thirteen unique timepieces featuring the iconic smiling flower that is central to the Japanese artist’s work.

Also see: Watches and Wonders 2023: Tudor paints it black 

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