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Sincere Fine Watches “100 Masterpieces” Exhibition at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

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Sincere Fine Watches recently launched its highly anticipated ‘100 Masterpieces’ exhibition in collaboration with renowned independent watch marque, Franck Muller. This exhibition marks the largest exclusive display for the Sincere ‘100’ Masterpieces series in Malaysia, and ran from 30 September to 6 October 2019, at the Centre Court, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, Bukit Bintang.

To commemorate the exhibition, a launch party was held at Pavilion’s Centre Court, where guests were given a first glimpse of Franck Muller’s most inspired creations culled from the brand’s 27-year history.

Themed “The Maestro”, the event saw the venue transformed into a technicolour wonderland featuring design elements signature to the brand, fondly known as The Master of Complications. Guests embarked on a journey through Franck Muller’s heritage, with timepieces that expressed the full spectrum of the brand’s technical and artistic prowess, charting its creative odyssey from past to present.

  

Mr. Gary Chow – GM of Sincere Fine Watches), Raymond Lam, Mr. Ong Ban – Chief Executive Officer, Sincere Fine Watches) (L-R)0
Mr. Nicholas Rudaz (COO of Franck Muller), Raymond Lam (L-R)
Raymond Lam

  

In celebration of this milestone, the event was graced by Hong Kong superstar, Raymond Lam who was invited by Sincere Fine Watches as their guest of honour for the evening. Leading the event with her charismatic presence was Sarah Lian who hosted guests throughout the
exhibition while they enjoyed chilled champagne and imaginative canapés.

The night entered into full swing as songstress Tasha Aleia, accompanied by jazz ensemble, QSound and the 2ndLine, took centre stage with their upbeat renditions of hits by global superstars Beyoncé and Cardi B. Guests then danced the night away to tracks by DJ IRAMA.

In addition to the night’s festivities, the highlights of the soiree included Franck Muller’s World
Premiere watches – technically astounding timepieces that at the time of their introduction had never been attempted before. On display was the Evolution 3-1, which features the world’s first triple-axis tourbillon paired with a perpetual calendar; as well as the Giga Tourbillon from 2011, which boasts the biggest tourbillon escapement – twice as large as a regular tourbillon – to be housed in a wristwatch.

Speaking at the event, Mr. Nicholas Rudaz, said “We have come a long way in the last 27 years, always thriving to be different. Today we are the pioneers to the world’s largest tourbillon and deemed The Master of Complications in the industry. We are ecstatic to celebrate Sincere “100 Masterpieces” milestone together with our friends in Malaysia.”

  

 

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Nicholas Rudaz (Chief Operating Officer Franck Muller), Sarah Lian, Wee Yong O (Senior Vice President, Franck Muller Asia)
Han Pin Ma, Nicholas Rudaz (Chief Operating Officer), Jane Chuck AKA blogger/ Instagrammer Chuckei/ Jane Lau (L-R)
Crystal Chow, Moon C.Chan, Nicholas Rudaz (Chief Operating Officer, Franck Muller), Shirley Foo (L-R)
Datin Sri Joey Tor, Nicholas Rudaz (Chief Operating Officer, Franck Muller), Dato Sri Jackie Tor (L-R)
Nicholas Rudaz (Chief Operating Officer of Franck Muller), Jinn Ang, Ley Tau Ang
Emily Lim
DJ Irama on the decks

  

For more information on Franck Muller, head over to https://www.franckmuller.com/

For more info on Sincere Fine Watches, head over to https://www.sincere.com.sg/malaysia

Photo Credits: Sincere Fine Watches

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