Hublot Signs The First Big Bang No Gender Watch

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Hublot Signs The First Big Bang No Gender Watch

Hublot is pursuing its concept of fusion around a new idea – the first No Gender watch, cast in Millennial Pink. It’s name?

A No Gender Watch: The Big Bang Millennial Pink

Dedicated since its foundation in 1980 to the “Art of Fusion”, the Hublot house has never ceased to innovate in the watchmaking field. Whether we are talking about new materials applied to watches, or the iconic Big Bang – Hublot has established itself at high speed as a key player in the watchmaking sphere.

It is not by chance that Kylian Mbappé was chosen to be the ambassador. The most gifted player of his generation has followed the same lightning path. And speaking of the surprising effect, here is Hublot, which introduces the first no gender watch.

A new vision of the Big Bang icon, this time called Big Bang Millennial Pink. Monochrome and unisex, the object of desire is carved around an aluminum anodized in the mass in millennial pink.

Designed in collaboration with Garage Italia and Lapo Elkann, the watch is immersed in its time to introduce a unique and different horological idea. A watch without genre but with such panache that it won over Kylian Mbappé and the very inspired Lapo Elkann.

Kylian Mbappé Hublot Ambassador by Jean-Baptiste Mondino, Big Bang Millennial Pink

It is under the lens of the legendary Jean-Baptiste Mondino that the Big Bang Millennial Pink freezes – enough to revive the pioneering spirit of the Hublot house. He who responds only to his mantra: “Be First, Different and Unique.”

Only 200 pieces of this new icon were produced.