Baselworld 2018 will always be the year that Tudor stunned with its new Black Bay GMT. From the Pepsi coloured dial to the new GMT function, it’s one of the real standout models from the showcase. The new model, and in fact all of the new designs released at the annual watch extravaganza, offered a stark reminder that Tudor is a brand proud to create beautifully crafted timepieces that champion both style and reliability.
Watch enthusiasts the world over recognise how important it is for watchmakers to make an impact at Baselworld – the biggest event of its type – and the eyes of the world scrutinise each and every new piece. Tudor have quietly been building a reputation as one of the most exciting exhibitors, always maintaining a carefully choreographed air of mystery right up to the deadline.
Tudor is one of the most exciting and dynamic watch makers, and therefore every time they release a new piece - or redesign a style - there is a lot of interest in the end product. This is excellent news, but sometimes in all the commotion the details and information that reveal just how special the pieces are can get overlooked.
Guests gathered in the thrill room at our ROX Newcastle Boutique at Monument Mall to marvel over The Tudor Baselworld 2016 novelties. The theme was 1920’s Gentleman Club and guests enjoyed showcases from Duke Ata Menswear and classic gentleman haircuts from G. Scott Gentlemen's Hairdressers.
We celebrated the exciting return of Tudor watches to the UK market this autumn with a lavish ROX event with Laurent-Perrier Champagne and delicious cocktails in our Newcastle Boutique at Monument Mall.