Following the immense success for Hublot at LVMH Watch Week 2020 in Dubai, the Maison, alongside LVMH brands Bvlgari and Zenith, has unveiled its latest watches and news about the brand for 2021 in an online, one-week event. Through a mix of digital and physical presentations and one-to-one meetings in 15 countries, Hublot created a unique environment to discover its latest developments.
For Hublot, 2021 is the year of the Integral Ceramic boasting a sleek full-ceramic look in single-colour and single-material style that has become signature of the range. The Big Bang Tourbillon Automatic also gets new attention with a completely new colour way in orange sapphire, achieved through the delicate process of tinting sapphire.
Here are more from that caught our eye from Hublot.
Big Bang Integral Ceramic 42mm
Following on from its black ceramic, Hublot has launched its Big Bang Integral in three new ceramic colours: navy blue, white and grey, all with built-in scratch-resistance, durability and hypoallergenic properties. Its monobloc architecture – an integrated bracelet on which the first link is fused with the case – affirms Hublot’s integral single-colour, single-material style for a fully ceramic look.
Big Bang One Click 33mm
To open up happier horizons, Hublot is flying the colours of the better days to come with the Big Bang One Click 33mm, available in stainless steel or in King Gold with interchangeable straps. Its case has been refined to wrap itself around slender wrists and can change appearance in no time at all to suit your mood. Two versions of the watch and 14 possibilities opens up a doorway to precious personalisations for those looking to express their own statements.
Big Bang Tourbillon Automatic Orange Sapphire 45mm
Transparent, black, yellow, blue, red – Hublot has mastered the creation and machining of sapphires with exclusive shades for its watchcases. With the new Big Bang Tourbillon Automatic Orange Sapphire, the brand has once again achieved a world first by adding a completely new colour to its palette of through-tinted sapphires. This unprecedented technical and aesthetic feat is combined with an entirely new tourbillon movement not only equipped with self-winding (a rarity for a tourbillon), but also with a reinvented architecture with its micro-rotor visible on the dial side and three sapphire bridges. This Big Bang Tourbillon Automatic is a new fusion of daring and transparency, in a limited edition of 50 pieces.
Big Bang MP-11 Magic Gold 45mm
Hublot reasserts its unrivalled expertise in cutting-edge materials by housing its MP-11 manufacture calibre in two new exclusive cases, showcasing its scratch-resistant Magic Gold alloy and the transparency of its high-tech synthesis technology Blue Sapphire. The brand is offering enthusiasts two new versions of its Big Bang MP-11 watch, an instrument with a spectacular look which reveals its seven in-line barrels – which guarantee an unrivalled power reserve of 14 days – through the open dial. Pictured above is the Magic Gold version, the world’s first ever version of scratch-resistant 18-carat Gold patented by Hublot.