Hublot Will Donate To Hurricane Sandy Victims

Reproduced from the original watches of the 1970s, inspired by woven clothing. The strap part highlights the historic and professional accomplishments of the earl’s workshop jewelry masters. Gold is all pleated by hand and woven into a mesh, which is no different from the work of fashion women’s designers. The appearance of this bracelet watch demonstrates the pride of Piaget artisans. The gold thread is twisted and shaped using a needle post, creating a unique gold fabric that is perfectly compliant and authentic. There is no doubt that this creation is a tribute to the superb craftsmanship of the Earl in the 1970s. Due to the disaster caused by Hurricane Sandy, the Hublot brand watch designated November 15 as the day to donate to Hurricane Sandy disaster relief operations. To support the affected people, 25% of the proceeds from all US stores will be used to help Sandy victims rebuild their lives. All funds will be donated directly to the American Red Cross.

Hublot watches to donate to Hurricane Sandy victims
‘Many people’s lives have been severely affected by this devastating hurricane, and it is our human responsibility to provide support during the recovery process.’ Hublot Chairman Jean-Claude Biver said, ‘Our minds are with everyone who is trying to rebuild their lives and homes.’
Hublot has seven stores in the United States, including New York, Beverly Hills, Las Vegas, Bal Harbout, Palm Beach, Pocaraton, and Atlanta. With the help of staff and customers, the brand hopes to raise a lot of funds at this challenging time.