LONGINES Un­bri­dled Ele­gance

Revolution (Hong Kong) - - CONTENTS -

THE LONGINES MASTERS of Hong Kong on Fe­bru­ary 17th un­veiled Longines’ new ladies’ Eques­trian col­lec­tion model. Re­flect­ing the brand’s love for eques­trian sports and its Swiss her­itage, the time­piece fea­tures a unique rec­tan­gu­lar buckle in­spired by the show bri­dle of the only Swiss horse breed, the Franches-Mon­tagnes. The steel 26 x 38mm case houses a quartz move­ment and has a checker­board de­sign on the pol­ished sil­ver dial. The Hong Kong leg was the fi­nale of the Longines Grand Prix, which started in Los An­ge­les last Oc­to­ber and went to Paris in De­cem­ber. Hong Kong idol and Longines am­bas­sador Aaron Kwok was in at­ten­dance, as was CEO of the Hong Kong Jockey Club Win­fried En­gel­brecht-Bres­ges and his wife, and nu­mer­ous so­cialites. Ger­man rider Chris­tian Ahlmann was the win­ner on Caribis Z, and Ludger Beer­baum on Casello and Max Küh­ner on Cor­net Kalua ranked sec­ond and third.

THis sPReAD CLoCK­Wise FRoM ToP LeFT Daniel Deusser on Hap­pi­ness van T Paradijs; Prize-giv­ing cer­e­mony of the Longines grand Prix. Many ex­cit­ing eques­trian per­for­mances took place at the event; Chris­tian Ahlmann on Caribis Z, win­ner of the Longines...

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