Tresor Paris last night held a snazzy event at Jack Barclay Bentley in Berkley Square, London, to launch Nouveau Hexagone, its new collection of watches.
The venue, which is a Bentley showroom by day, was packed with celebrity guests including including rapper Professor Green, Uri Geller, Boyzone members Shane Lynch and Keith Duffy, DCI Banks actor Ray Panthanki, The Streets’ Leo the Lion, and former Eastenders star Michael Greco. London-based singer-songwriter Jonny Winston was also in attendance to give a “spine-tingling” performance. Will Cozens of Capital FM provided the DJ set.
Tresor Paris said: “These striking watches are Swiss-made and come in an array of different designs. Faces are covered with chic crystal cut glass for an iconic Tresor Paris look.”
Some models are made from 18ct white, rose or yellow gold plating. All the bezels are interchangeable, and there are three different sizes: 40mm, 44mm, 48mm. The two styles available are the ‘precision’ with a plain or sparkly dial, and the ‘precision chronograph’ with a diamond chronograph. They will be available for pre-order on the Tresor Paris website from 2nd April 2014.
The evening was casino themed, and prior to the event, guests received unique Tresor Paris poker chip invitations which could be exchanged for casino chips. The person who managed to amass the greatest number of chips at the end of the gaming session was the lucky winner of a watch from the Nouveau Hexagone Collection, which is yet to be released to the public.
Guests were also treated to a goody bag full of luxurious gifts including Hanley’s Confectionary chocolates, Lee Stafford hair products, Kryolan make-up, Retrocorn popcorn, Crabtree and Evelyn Handcream, Invisibobbles, Dalit soap and candles, a Tresor Paris pen, USB stick, and a postcard featuring a bespoke artwork of a Nouveau Hexagone watch by Jasiminne Yip.