Over the last few years we’ve seen lots of brands turn to their archives as inspiration for new watches. Heritage is very, very popular. But what if you don’t have a century or more of archives to dig through in search of exciting designs? What if your brand was only founded in 1980? For Hublot, celebrating their 40th anniversary this year, that hasn’t been a problem.
Perhaps thanks to having such a legendary innovator as Jean-Claude Biver at the helm for so many years has seen that philosophy ingrained into the very fibre of the brand. Innovation has been at the core of what Hublot has done for a long time. From their R&D sharing partnerships with brands like Ferrari, to their pioneering approach to new watchmaking materials, Hublot hasn’t looked back because they’ve been too busy moving forwards.
In the year of their 40th anniversary, Hublot hasn’t wavered, releasing a number of novelties that explore new concepts, materials and movements. With that in mind, these are a few of the best Hublot watches of 2020 that offer a capsule insight into what the brand is capable of four decades into their journey.
Prices and availabilities:
The Hublot Big Bang Integral King Gold is $73,200 AU. For more details, visit Hublot right here.
The Hublot Spirit of Big Bang Meca-10 Black Magic is $38,00 AU. For more details, visit Hublot right here.
The Hublot Big Bang Millennial Pink is $29,200 AU and is a limited edition of 200 pieces. For more details, visit Hublot right here.
The Hublot Big Bang Sky Blue watch is $30,000 AU and is a limited edition of 100 pieces. For more details, visit Hublot right here.
The Hublot Hublot Classic Fusion 40 Years Anniversary Black Ceramic is $14,600 AU and is a limited edition of 200 pieces. For more details, visit Hublot right here.
Made in partnership with Hublot. However, the opinions expressed in this article are our own in accordance with our Editorial Policy.