Harrods puts focus on watches with pop-up events


Harrods has revealed details of a series of pop-up exhibitions and exclusive brand launches taking place at its store this month.

Montblanc, Roland Iten, Tag Heuer and Breguet are among the brands involved in the activities it has planned during October.

The luxury department store will be hosting a Montblanc pop-up exhibition in its Fine Watch Room. Featuring Montblanc’s Heritage Chronometrie collection, which is the newest line within the brand’s Heritage range, the collection is an expression of Montblanc’s constant quest for quality and performance and precision of chronometry.


To celebrate the pop-up, the ExoTourbillon Minute Chronograph will be available exclusively at Harrods for the duration of the exhibition.

Innovative mens’ accessories brand Roland Iten, famed for their exquisitely crafted mechanical accessories, will also be popping up in Harrods’ Fine Watch Room during October.

On display will be the brand’s iconic mechanically adjusting cufflinks, belt buckles, card-holders and rings – all of which have been created from the finest materials with an emphasis on exceptional craftsmanship and original design.

The main feature of the pop-up will be the the R60 Diablo, a mechanical belt buckle incorporating an exceptionally rare 60.66-carat fancy cognac-colored diamond, which will be on display until Saturday 10th October 2015, and the Qatar Cufflinks, which are the world’s first calibrated and most expensive cufflinks.

Tag Heuer’s CARRERA Lady (41mm) Special Cara Delevigne Edition will be exclusively launched at Harrods this month, with two models available – one featuring a bracelet strap and the other featuring a plain leather strap.

Based on the 41mm steel Lady Carrera, both models feature Titanium-Carbide coating and anthracite/ charcoal dial with Rose Gold-plated indices and hands. The back features Cara’s trademark lion and signature on the back of the strap.

Harrods will also have Breguet’s Tradition Independent Chronograph available exclusively in the Fine Watch Room throughout October.

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