Frederique Constant supports
“Only Watch 2015 “ tour and exhibition “making change happen”
We are delighted to announce that once again in 2015, Frederique Constant will be joining forces with the “Only Watch” charity auction, whose sole purpose is to raise funds in support of all people suffering from the Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. This year will be the ninth consecutive year that Frederique Constant will participate in this exceptionally worthwhile cause, which gathers every two years the most prestigious watch brands of the industry. The 2015 Only watch collection, composed with a set of 44 one-off watches created by the finest watchmakers will truly amaze all the watch aficionados.
For this 6th edition Frederique Constant designed and developed a totally unique Horological Smartwatch. A handcrafted watch that comes with a dark green dial that displays hours and minutes with a small counter at 6 o’clock, which provides the date, the activity and sleep information. All this is tucked into an elegant 18 carat rose gold case engraved with the inscription “Only Watch 2015”. This analog-dialed Horological Smartwatch possesses the precise style and finesse of a classical luxury timepiece and offers the ability to monitor sleep and activity by connecting it to a mobile device. The final touch of this masterpiece is added by the luxury wooden gift box and the Apple Iphone 6 that is delivered with the watch.
Only Watch, will start on September 23rd 2015 a worldwide tour for an ephemeral exhibition in six high profile destinations:
1) Monaco 23 - 26 September
2) Hong-Kong 2 - 5 October
3) Beijing 9 - 12 October
4) New-York 17 - 20 October
5) London 24 - 27 October
6) Geneva 5 - 7 November
This travel exhibition will enable watch lovers to view the Only Watch timepieces for men and women before the auction, which is planned in Geneva on November 7th at la Réserve. The proceeds from the sale will be donated to the Monegasque Association Contre les Myopathies in order to help finance research for Duchene Muscular Dystrophy a degenerative neuromuscular disease affecting children, adolescents and young adults all over the world.