Finding the perfect balance Best Hublot Classic Fusion Berluti Scritto Replica Watch between the nuances of the dial and the strap is also a challenge.” Hublot and Berluti work as modern day alchemists to create a watch with character and soul. The Berluti waxed and brushed objects are an invitation to a ritual, an observance to brilliance. Give a man fine shoes and a beautiful watch and he can conquer the world. The new watches product of this collaboration are the Hublot Classic Fusion Berluti Scritto ref. 511.OX.0500.VR.BER16 in a limited edition of 250 pieces and the Hublot Classic Fusion Berluti All Black ref. 511.CM.0500.VR.BER16 available in a limited edition of 500 pieces.
One of the biggest releases this year at Baselworld 2016, is the collaboration between the legendary shoemaker Berluti and Hublot. The Hublot Classic Fusion Replica Watch emblematic Venezia leather and its famous patina, partnered with Hublot’s innovation in watchmaking, creates the new Classic Fusion Berluti. In the words of Ricardo Guadalupe, “Working with Berluti was a natural choice. One of the major difficulties was the dial. Using a living material in a sealed case is very complicated.
Everywhere between the Paris Opéra and the Tuileries the newly established grand hotels of Paris welcomed an international clientele in search of novelty and Parisian elegance. To make things even more interesting, the new Hublot Classic Fusion Replica is presented in an exquisite leather lined wooden box that serves as a strap and shoe care kit that includes the finest Berluti shoe polish, brushes and all other tools necessary to keep those straps and shoes looking like new.
And here Hublot Replica Watch set up his own bootmaking workshop, to craft shoes for these wealthy men who were not only connoisseurs but also extremely exacting clients. The rest, is history. In celebration of the Parisian shoemaker’s 120th birthday this combination brings the best of Hublot and Berluti to the table. Berluti was founded in 1895 by Alessandro Berluti, a hard-working Italian that rapidly found work with orders from a number of fellow-countrymen, experienced shoemakers with their own establishments.