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IT is still a man#8217;s world as far as the designers of the dunhill label are concerned. At a press preview last week of the latest dunhill range of watches, pens, lighters, tie-bars and cufflinks, it was apparent that the look is still highly masculine #8211; but there are now slight concessions accorded to feminine sensitivities.
B>S/B>ultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah has long been a collector of Bvlgari and Cartier watches. To commemorate his coronation on March 8, he wanted a watch that would mark this historic event. So Bvlgari was commissioned to produce 12 solid gold and 25 stainless steel watches.
This year is supposed to be an epic year for BaselWorld, the International Watch and Jewellery Fair, in Switzerland. The idea bandied around was #8216;One Show #8211; Two Locations#8217;. Alas, with the exhibitors from Hong Kong, China, Singapore and Vietnam barred from operating their booths dus to the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome precautions, it was a sorry case of a more prosaic, 'One Show - Several Countries, One Location'. A maskless KEE HUA CHEE snoops around.
FROM restructuring deals to dealing in exquisite timepieces, House of WOOHING#039;s new chief executive officer Frank Low has certainly made a drastic switch in his career.
As Swatch watches are often seen as fashion accessories, their move into jewellery would seem a natural progression when it launched its I>Bijoux /Icollection in 2000.
Men#8217;s Only is the new exclusive club in town. MARZUKI ODIN discovers why an invite is so coveted among the cognoscenti.
While maintaining its ties with the aviation world, Breitling is coming down to earth with its venture into racing and expanding its horizons in a big way. The Swiss company's tie-up with Bentley is already starting to show results with the Breitling clock in the Continental GT and the new wrist watch to be presented at the forthcoming Geneva Motor Show.