Hublot Big Bang Sang Bleu II: a trio in ceramic

Hublot Big Bang Sang Bleu II: a trio in ceramic

Hublot and London-based tattoo studio Sang Bleu are unveiling a trio of timepieces in ceramic – three limited edition Big Bang watches which explore new territories of colour. Three new creations for their collaboration: Hublot and Sang Bleu are relighting their creative flame to produce a colourful new trio. The new Big Bang Sang Bleu II Ceramic watch is now available in blue, grey and white. Adding to their technical achievement of having successfully created perfectly...

Object of Desire: Hublot x Richard Orlinski

Object of Desire: Hublot x Richard Orlinski

During this year's Geneva Days, Hublot revealed a range of jaw-dropping novelties. There is the Hublot Big Bang Paraiba, for example, the first ever watch that is decorated with a cuprian elbaite. The Paraíba Tourmaline is of vibrant, intense colours and a stone that is so rare that for every 10,000 diamonds only one of it is mined. But the watch that truly caught my eye is the Classic Fusion Aerofusion Chronograph Orlinski. I am a huge fan of Richard's work which is...

Hublot Big Bang Sang Bleu II: King Gold and Titanium

Hublot Big Bang Sang Bleu II: King Gold and Titanium

The art of tattooing is elevated in a new masterpiece of architectural watchmaking: More ambitious than the Big Bang Sang Bleu launched in 2016, the new Big Bang Sang Bleu II passionately channels the design skills of world famous tattoo artist Maxime Plescia-Buchi. A case with more finely-chiselled lines, conveyed in three dimensions. An expression of the passage of time, the hands - two elongated diamonds and an arrow - are stylised fragments of tattoos, set above a...

Hublot Design Prize goes to Carolien Niebling

Hublot Design Prize goes to Carolien Niebling

Carolien Niebling wins the Hublot Design Prize 2017 - Jessi Reaves gets the special mention of the jury - Hublot, the watch brand shining the light on the rising stars in design. For its third edition, the Hublot Design Prize was awarded to Carolien Niebling and her masterful project, The Future Sausage. The jury also honored the work of Jessi Reaves with a special CHF 25,000 prize. This prize is considered to be a career booster with the aim of shining a light on the...