Horol­ogy takes cen­tre stage at a lun­cheon co-hosted by The Peak and Patek Philippe.

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Beau­ti­ful time­pieces, great food, a stun­ning view and a cock­tail or two — all the per­fect in­gre­di­ents for a lun­cheon truly worth the time of day. Co-hosted by The Peak and Patek Philippe, an in­ti­mate gath­er­ing of watch af­fi­ciona­dos and col­lec­tors was at hand to cel­e­brate not only the rich his­tory and cul­ture per­son­i­fied by the Patek Philippe brand, but to also al­low guests and horol­ogy lovers to ad­mire and try the An­nual Cal­en­dar col­lec­tion re­leased by the mai­son. Held at Sage Res­tau­rant & Wine Bar , The Gar­dens Res­i­dences, guests were treated to a de­li­cious ar­ray of cock­tails upon ar­riv­ing and were then es­corted to a pri­vate show­case where they could view the new col­lec­tion.

Wel­come re­marks were de­liv­ered by Mindy Teh, Ed­i­tor-in-Chief of The Peak Malaysia, SK Teh, Gen­eral Man­ager of The Hour Glass Malaysia, and Ida Idris, Re­gional Head of Patek Philippe Mar­ket­ing & Com­mu­ni­ca­tions, af­ter which a three-course meal was served. A string quar­tet played sooth­ing jazz clas­sics as wait­ers brought out dish af­ter de­lec­ta­ble dish. Guests min­gled with fel­low col­lec­tors, fawned over the time­pieces and pro­fessed their pas­sion for Patek Philippe—all of whom re­mem­ber the mai­son’s tagline with fond­ness. Some guests even went back to the pri­vate area as well as The Hour Glass lo­cated at Gar­dens for a more thor­ough view­ing be­fore head­ing home with a lit­tle some­thing to re­mem­ber the oc­ca­sion by.



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