HUBLOT Opens First Boutique in India

HUBLOT Opens First Boutique in India

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Hublot recently opened its first flagship boutique in India, located in the heart of Mumbai at the Palladium Mall, in the presence of brand ambassador and ex-cricketer Kevin Pietersen.

Jonathan Stalder, Kevin Pietersen, Ricardo Guadalupe, Yasho Saboo

Covering more than 45 sq mts, on the ground floor of the mall, this brand new Hublot Boutique exemplifies the brand’s well-known motto, “ The Art of Fusion”, blending materials and styles in a truly modern and innovative spirit. Paying tribute to the art world, the boutique is decorated with Pop Art paintings inspired by the iconic Big Bang collection. Hublot Big Bang, Classic Fusion, Spirit of Big Bang, MP as well as exclusive limited editions will be on display for all watch lovers.

“We are delighted to open India’s first Hublot Boutique is one of the most well-known luxury retail destinations in the country. This opening demonstrates not only the success of the brand, which goes from strength to strength since the birth of the iconic Big Bang in 2005, but also Hublot’s willingness to constantly challenge fine watchmaking by fusing tradition with innovation, while offering the highest level of service to its clients,” said Ricardo Guadalupe, CEO, Hublot.

Hublot’s Brand Ambassador, ex cricket star Kevin Pietersen graced the occasion and interacted with those present. He went on to teach Ricardo Guadalupe how to bowl on a small pitch designed for the occasion. “I played many times in India throughout my professional career, and I really love the country. I am also really happy to be here today, next to Ricardo, as we just announced Hublot’s partnership with my platform, SORAI, Save Our Rhino Africa India,” said Pietersen.

Rohit Sharma, the best white-ball cricketer opener in the world and Hublot’s Friend of the Brand, who was unable to attend the addressed the media in the form of a direct telecast from Pune, where he is representing India in the forthcoming Test Match between South Africa and India.