La Monégasque

“Inspired by the glittering realm of Monaco’s legendary Monte Carlo Casino, La Monégasque collection is crafted with the Player in mind—the passionate, elegant, audacious individual who has mastered the high-stakes world. The timepieces in this daring collection utilize Roger Dubuis’ latest generation of cutting-edge movements, each respecting the brand’s grand aesthetic traditions while fulfilling the exacting standards demanded by the Poinçon de Genève. On each watch’s face, a dramatic and stimulating world artfully takes shape. And within each casing, a gorgeously calculated mechanism comes alive. Venture where captivating horology meets a flamboyant, bold lifestyle … where the gamer presides at the head of life’s table.”

Invite2The amazing invitation with a countdown clock.

To celebrate the launch of its new collection „La Monégasque“, Roger Dubuis had the pleasure to welcome more than 200 guests from all over the world in Monaco at the famous Hotel de Paris on Thursday night. The beautiful watches are inspired by Monte Carlo’s elegance and style so that the luxurious Swiss brand could not conceive any better place than the glamourous Mediterranean seaside resort.

Georges Kern, CEO of Roger Dubuis, greeted on the red carpet  international style icon Daphne Guinness, gallery owner Alex Dellal and renowned shoe designer Christian Louboutin among others.

When Haute Horlogerie meets glamour, it surely evokes a night of magic. For more information on the collection including 8 pieces of which some are limited, please click here.

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129908663TB011_Roger_DubuisAlex Dellal and Georges Kern

Christian, Daphne and meChristian Louboutin framed by Daphne Guinness to the right and me to the left

CL MenChristian Louboutin sported his new shoe collection for men

129908663TB004_Roger_DubuisOne of the evening’s highlights was the outstanding performance of Curtis Stigers.

Alberto and LadiesAlberto Cibrario, Leona Sigrist and Suryia Hill with me






129908663TB036_Roger_DubuisPhotos: © Tony Barson/Getty Images for Roger Dubuis and © Sandra Bauknecht