Dubai, UAE, January 28, 2019:
Excalibur Shooting Stars Trilogy
Roger Dubuis is convinced that women are every bit as keen as men to wear daring and technical calibres. It is for this reason that for a quarter of a century Roger Dubuis has been speaking to women through highly distinctive, self-confident and sophisticated codes combined with an elegant touch of eccentricity. This has resulted in a combination of shapes, curves and ultra-fashionable designs, while remaining at the very high end of luxury watchmaking.
The Roger Dubuis woman is empowered and successful, while remaining sensitive to both aesthetics and technology. She sets her own goals, writes her own rulebook and naturally stands out from the crowd – which is why she is drawn to exceptional timepieces that confirm her sense of uniqueness. Like Roger Dubuis women, shooting stars are oblivious to the rules, which is why they have been chosen to symbolise a unique vision of femininity.
Enter the Excalibur 36 Shooting Star timepiece, enriched with alternative techniques and featuring a choice of blue, white and pink interpretations, all issued in eight-piece limited editions. The result of two years of R&D in Roger Dubuis’ legendary Geneva workshops were devoted to miniaturising the existing X42 single tourbillon while retaining all of its lightness and airy dimensions. The new RD510SQ Poinçon de Genève-certified calibre –is a diminutive yet bold work of art ideally suited to smaller wrists. Based on an iconic platform, it is equipped with one of the smallest flying tourbillon skeleton caliber to fit in a dainty 36-mm case. Shining in a feminine starry sky set against a white mother-of-pearl, blue PVD-treated or pink translucent varnished background, the 18K gold shooting star timepiece loops around the Roger. Dubuis astral signature, trailing its diamond-studded tail and complemented by colour-coordinated enamel stars.
Reflecting its far-reaching vision of time in the feminine mode, Roger Dubuis invites women with a taste for precious avant-garde to explore a whole new galaxy in 2018.