The exclusive Swiss watch brand pays tribute to one of the most iconic marinas in Europe with two models, in rose gold and titanium.
We are very happy to share this new collaboration with the Swiss watch brand Hublot as part of our 50th anniversary. Just as has occured in the past with other major luxury fashion brands, such as Louis Vuitton with its capsule collection inspired by Puerto Banús, Hublot has dedicated a number of exclusive designs to us as part of a special Puerto Banús collection.
Two watches make up this limited-edition collection from Hublot, both measuring 44 mm and inspired by the Swiss brand’s Big Bang model, one of the most famous in its catalogue. Both feature the Puerto Banús “50th Anniversary” insignia on the caseback, and the words “Puerto Banús Marbella 1970” on the 9 o’clock counter.
The 18K Rose Gold model with a ceramic bezel will have an exclusive run of only 25 units and its price comes in at 33,600 euros, while the model made of Titanium with a ceramic bezel will have 50 units available for sale and its price will be 16,600 euros.
Hublot has used the Puerto Banús blue on the rubber strap in the rose gold model, and on the bezel of both. The Puerto Banús Special-Edition watches created by Hublot are therefore directly reminiscent of the nautical world and the lifestyle of this Mediterranean port.
Both models will be available on an exclusive basis only for those who reserve at the Gómez y Molina jewellery store located in the port precinct.
In addition, we would like to take this opportunity to tell you that we are working on a new project in the form of a Concept Store, which includes the launch of special editions of nautical fashion items, with designs inspired by those who love sailing and its lifestyle, both inside and outside the nautical arena.
Here we will provide a catalogue of unique items that will be revealed gradually, and which includes the two watches created by Hublot. It will also convey the port’s commitment to the environment, since each piece is made using sustainable, recycled materials or with a reduced environmental impact, without neglecting the highest quality standards in each one.
Over the past 50 years, Puerto Banús has been the meeting point par excellence for the international jet set. An eclectic place with a vibrant social life that has captivated celebrities as diverse as Rainier, the Prince of Monaco, Grace Kelly, the former King and Queen of Spain, Juan Carlos I and Sofía, Liza Minelli, Maria Callas, Audrey Hepburn, Aga Khan, Lola Flores, Lady Gaga, Zinedine Zidane and Cristiano Ronaldo, to give a few examples.