Hublot is Set to Debut a Limited Edition Yohji Yamamoto Big Bang Watch

Hublot Limited Yohji Yamamoto Big Bang Watch

Hublot has produced many strong collaborations with timeless watches in the past. One of the most recent models that is set to arrive is a collector piece from renowned fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto. Hublot and he have worked together in the past to produce a limited edition Big Bang GMT model and the 50+ years of experience that he has in the market for tailoring collections has produced true winners in the fashion industry. Examples of his work include creative visions of matte finish and camo as some of the primary colors and styles that he chooses.

The latest design includes a 45 mm case that is produced with a matte black ceramic style face and a clear sapphire finish. The camouflage dial and the matte finished number hands all produce an aggressive and cool styled watch that showcases the best in designer military looks.

What sets this style apart includes the strong power reserve of up to 72 hours as well as the ground-breaking technology that will keep this a fused product.

This is a product with camo shapes fused together through vulcanization. The black fabric and matte case make this a strong choice for style and the Yohji Yamamoto signature appears just above the 6 o’clock on the watch face. With a black matte ceramic style, strong components and a beautifully timeless design, this is sure to be a highly collectable fashion choice for someone that is looking for a collectors watch.

The camo outlining systems are all cut to size with the watch style and the limited edition timepiece will be limited to just 200 pieces. You can keep up to date with Hublot and this luxury limited edition by signing up through the link on their website.

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