A classic among Hublot’s classics, the Hublot Classic Fusion Watches collection nevertheless continues to push the envelope even if, when it was launched at Baselworld in 2010, five years after the audacious Big Bang, it was specifically designed to be conservative. The concept of fusion, an important idea for the company, brings contemporary materials such as ceramic and titanium to these models inspired by Hublot’s very first watches from the 1980s.
Hublot Classic Fusion Watches
Hublot’s new collaboration watch, the Classic Fusion Aerofusion Chronograph Concrete Jungle, is the brand’s first concrete timepiece. It serves as a tribute to New York City and is co-designed by visionary street artist and former New Yorker, Tristan Eaton.
In celebration of the partnership, Managing Director of Swiss Hublot of America, Jean-François Sberro, hosted a three-part event in downtown Manhattan with the artist to reveal the new watch.
For Swiss Hublot latest collaboration, Berluti has had their tradition for fine leather craftsmanship one step further using the Hublot Classic Fusion Watch. With this particular new piece, Hublot’s innovative make of watchmaking meets Berluti’s representational Venezia leather and patina in order to obtain a wrist watch which makes leather the undisputed star.