Raymond Weil is working with award-winning classical Miloš Karadaglic? to design and manufacture a special edition maestro timepiece to help raise funds and awareness for the Mladost Orphanage in Bijela, Montenegro.
Karadaglic? selected the Raymon Weil Maestro collection as the starting point for a specially designed limited quantity of watches that will be sold to raise money for the orphanage at several auctions around the world this year.
"We are delighted to have partnered with such as inspirational musician for this special design project. Miloš represents our classical music heritage, which is very much about conveying creativity through sophistication and intelligence. The special edition timepiece Miloš has created combines creativity with classism and is a true reflection of his character. We very much enjoyed the whole design process with Miloš” says Elie Bernheim, CEO for Raymond Weil.
The Miloš Karadaglic? special edition consists of a 39.5mm stainless steel case that houses a bespoke RW4200 mechanical automatic self-winding mechanism with visible balance wheel with rose gold highlighting.
The dial design has been inspired by a guitar and features an intricate string design that wraps around the entire circumference of the watch dial that is highlighted by rose gold indexes and a rose gold plectrum.
The Miloš Karadaglic? special edition project has been designed to raise awareness and much needed funds for his preferred charity, Mladost Orphanage.
The charity, which was founded in 1946 is the only orphanage in Bijela, Montenegro, home to up to 160 children aged between one month and 18 years old.