Ulysse Nardin showcased its timepieces at Soho House with brand ambassador Siddhanth Chaturvedi

You cannot go wrong with a great timepiece! And ensuring this is Ulysse Nardin. The marquee recently hosted an evening of much fanfare at Soho House with its brand ambassador Siddhanth Chaturvedi and several watch enthusiasts in presence. The occasion unveiled the brand’s novel collections – Freak, Blast, Marine, and Diver – each standing testament to its long-standing repute and links to the sea. Boasting high-tech materials such as silicium and several power-precision components and movements, the timepieces are a class apart, to say the least.

Commenting on it, Siddhant Chaturvedi, who made a style statement in his favorite timepiece from the collection- The FREAK X Blue from Ulysse Nardin, mentioned “I’m so excited to share this association with Ulysse Nardin, having a rich history of more than 176 years. The Freak X to me is such a versatile timepiece. It’s the only watch in the world where you can find the time by looking at the watch’s movement. I can make a statement with it, be it any occasion, day or night events, work or play!”

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Remarking similarly, Teresa Garin, General Manager, Ulysse Nardin added, “It is such an honor to host our first Ulysse Nardin event in Mumbai! We are delighted to have chosen Siddhant as our ambassador. He represents the values of the brand perfectly: Siddhant stands out! He is a free spirit and an eternal explorer, just like us! We believe the Indian market is full of incredible surprises and connoisseurs.”
The event was attended by the who’s who of Mumbai with the highlight being an LED walkway panel showcasing Ulysse Nardin’s Shark flying across the streets of the city. Those interested can now shop the brand’s exclusive collections at select retailers in Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, and Hyderabad, and just opened their first Boutique in Emporio Mall, Delhi.

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