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Raymond Weil presents Brit Awards 2017 watches

Swiss watchmaker Raymond Weil revealed two limited-edition timepieces at last night’s Brit Awards 2017 (February 22).

The special edition Tango timepieces were launched to celebrate the British music awards in association with Mastercard, which took place at the 02 Arena, London.

The designs offer the first sneak peek at the soon-to-be-launched Tango Classic collection, which offers a blend of contemporary and classic design.

This year’s Brit Awards men’s model is a 41mm, stainless steel timepiece with an electric blue dial, Roman numerals and subtle embossed fleur des Paris pattern.

raymond weil brit awards watches special edition

Raymond Weil Brit awards watches special edition

Raymond Weil Tango watches in partnership with the Brit Awards 2017.

The women’s option is a 30mm, stainless steel watch with a white mother of pearl dial, Roman numerals and eight diamond indices.

Raymond Weil has been a partner of the Brit Awards for 14 years. Each year it creates special edition pieces that reflect the “character and personality of the awards ceremony theme,” and gifts them to winners, nominees, presenters and performers.

The brand continues to use music throughout its entire global marketing campaign, including sponsorship of music arenas, musicians and live music platforms. 

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