Luxury watch retailer Swiss Watch Gallery recently launched the reopening of its revamped Rolex Boutique at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur. The celebration was made even more special as it marked the 10th year of the partnership between Swiss Watch Gallery and the prestigious Swiss watchmaker Rolex.
Since its foundation in 1994, Bell & Ross has helped fighter pilots keep time. Over the years, the brand
has become a leading benchmark in the world of aviation. In February 2016, in its permanent quest
for new universes to explore, Bell & Ross made its first foray into the racetracks by joining the highly
exclusive world of Formula 1 and becoming the official watch partner of the Renault Sport Formula One
Team. The prestigious world of motor sport shares many similarities with aviation, Bell & Ross’ first
love. In both fields, engineers seek extreme performance, speed and mechanical accuracy.
The Swiss watchmaker has made the symbolic choice of the first F1 Grand Prix of the 2017 season in Melbourne, Australia, to unveil its new exclusive chronograph in partnership with the team: the classy Red Bull Racing Formula One Team Carrera Heuer-01.
Swiss Watch Gallery and Rolex announced the inauguration of the first in-airport Rolex Boutique in Australia. Located within the new Luxe Promenade retail precinct, airside at Sydney International Airport Terminal 1, the new store measures a generous 130 square metres and features a striking double-height 8 metre façade.
With a striking face that reflects the colour of the ocean, the Oris Hammerhead Limited Edition epitomises the phrase “beauty with substance”. Not only is it a high-performance diver’s watch – water resistant up to 500m – but it will also play a significant role in the conservation of the hammerhead shark.
Revolution by Time Kulture launched with much fanfare at the Centre Court of Pavilion Kuala Lumpur on July 6, with more than 150 guests and friends of the brand who attended the invite-only launch party. The fourth instalment of Swiss Watch Gallery’s signature watch showcase runs until July 16.
When IWC decided to refresh its Da Vinci family of watches a decade ago, it introduced a unique tonneau-shaped case that harked back to the hexagonal case that defined Da Vinci watches in the 1970s. It garnered a cult following for its distinctive silhouette and the innovations IWC would introduce in the family.
The saying, “bigger is better”, might now always hold true, but in the case of Tudor’s new Heritage Black Bay timepiece, it certainly does. Previously clocking in at 36mm in diameter, the emblematic model is now presented in a 41mm case, which is a good 5mm larger than its predecessor.
Art of Time by Swiss Watch Gallery transformed Pavilion KL’s concourse area into a 4,600 sq ft gallery of masterpieces. Two hundred guests from Corporate Malaysia, high society, key media figures and Valiram Group friends and family attended the event, hosted by Sharan, Ashvin and Mukesh Valiram, executive directors of Valiram Group, which owns Swiss Watch Gallery.