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Glashütte Original MusicFestivalAward
— Fado singer Mariza wins Glashütte Original MusicFestivalAward.

Glashütte Original MusicFestivalAward, Mariza

For the 12th year in a row the German replica Breitling watchmaker Glashütte Original, and the Dresden Music Festival have named a prominent artist to receive the Glashütte Original MusicFestivalAward. Commenting on the award, Dresden Music Festival Director Jan Vogler said, “Mariza is the leading fado singer of our time. As an artist she presents this rich tradition to an international audience of all ages. In 2011 the fado tradition was added to UNESCO’s list of the world’s intangible cultural heritage. Mariza receives the Glashütte Original MusicFestivalAward for her contributions as an ambassador throughout Europe of the fado tradition.”

The Award will be presented to Mariza on the occasion of her June 7, 2015 concert, the final concert at this year’s Dresden Music Festival, in the Albertinum art museum.

As in previous years, the Glashütte Original MusicFestivalAward trophy was built by two apprentice cheap fake Breitling watchmakers at the “Alfred Helwig School of Watchmaking” in Glashütte.  The form of the award trophy unites traditional watchmaking craftsmanship with modern materials. The Flying Tourbillon with its eighteen weighted screws symbolizes the virtuosity of watchmakers. The complication represents exceptional achievement in the art of watchmaking and was developed in Glashütte around 1920 by the master watchmaker Alfred Helwig.

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The Award.
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Baselworld Replica Breitling Watches 2015 True class

— Are elegant watches must-haves? Theoretically so, yet it has been years since they were so prominently featured in display windows. Could 2015 be the year of elegance?

Blancpain, Chopard, Girard-Perregaux, Hermès, Jaquet Droz, H. Moser & Cie, Zenith, Laurent Ferrier


Chic, dressy style is a fundamental exercise in watchmaking as in all other fields. When it comes to watches, this involves a subtle play on simplicity. Sometimes, doing an absolute minimum is enough to create a maximum effect. Such is for example the approach taken by Zenith with the 6150, named after the new calibre launched by the Manufacture and endowed with a 100-hour power reserve. A logo, supremely slim hour-markers, slender hands and tone-on-tone shades of grey: the recipe definitely works to perfection.

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Zenith Elite 6150.
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Laurent Ferrier also applies it, and indeed systematically so across its collections. The only fanciful touch in which it is indulging is the launch of an attractive new case named Galet Square. This is an evolved version of its Galet (pebble-shaped) watch, featuring subtly stretched corners. The design work on the arrow-type hour-markers and lance-shaped hands is as beautiful as ever, resulting in the epitome of wristworn elegance.

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Laurent Ferrier Galet Square.
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Based on these fundamentals, chic style can incorporate certain additions or enrichments, provided they are sparingly distributed. H. Moser & Cie inaugurates a new type of dial. The Venturer Small Seconds adopts a white face that is finely grained and punctuated with Roman numerals: three entirely novel features for this line.

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H.Moser & Cie Venturer Small Seconds.
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Stepping it up a notch in terms of ornamentation while remaining essentially demure, Girard-Perregaux has opted for the smallest men’s size of its 1966 case, at 38 mm. It frames a sunburst guilloché dial that catches the light while not overdoing it, discretion being a natural companion of authentic chic.

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Girard-Perregaux 1966 38 mm guilloché dial.
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If complications are to be added, however small, elegance demands rigorous geometrical balance. Playing with the respective proportions takes on crucial importance in this respect. Jaquet Droz handles that of its Grande Seconde Deadbeat in an extremely subtle manner. The extremely large date at 6 o’clock (in fact almost in the centre) has no graduated track, which keeps its weight down on the dial. Conversely, the off-centred hours and minutes do feature one, complemented by Roman numerals, which compensates for its small size.

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Jaquet Droz Grande Seconde Deadbeat.
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Chopard opts for a more clean-cut symmetry with the L.U.C Quattro. Its new tobacco-toned dial places the power reserve at 12 o’clock opposite the small seconds ringed with a concentric date display at 6 o’clock.

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Chopard L.U.C Quattro Platinum.
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6 o’clock is a strategic location on the dial. 12 o’clock is reserved for the brand or its logo. The semiotics of watches suggests that the upper section is left free to signify the lightness of the object. Blancpain has decided to add a twin aperture. Its Villeret Grande Date comes in the colour conveying supreme elegance: pure white.

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Blancpain Villeret Grande Date.
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Openworked hands add a lighter touch, as do the brand-signature waisted Arabic numerals. But the 6 o’clock space remains bare beneath the date. A gold hour-marker stud does not fill this space. It is ideally suited to a small seconds display, and that is exactly what Hermès has done with the 6 o’clock area on its Slim. Nonetheless, the most striking aspect of this model is the extraordinary work on the font of the Arabic numerals that are large yet light. This is naturally due to their thickness, but also to the broken lines that mean they are half suggested and interrupted without disturbing their balance. Equilibrium is indeed the keynote and it is definitely not confined to symmetry.

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Hermès Slim.
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Eterna Our competition winner

— Marc G. from Hochfelden in Alsace, France, was the lucky winner of our competition to win an Eterna Vaughan Big Date replica watches UK for sale.

Eterna competition winner


The winner of our competition last November to win an Eterna Vaughan Big Date replica Breitling watches worth 4,900 Swiss francs has just received his prize.

Lucky Marc G. from France was drawn from thousands of entrants and recently received his prize, which he proudly shows off in the above photo.