Hublot closes its week of Hublot loves art after a series of artist-related fusions and celebrations in Miami

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This week, luxury Swiss watch brand Hublot continued its support of the Arts in partnership with Haute Living by hosting a series of unique and exciting events for watch and art aficionados alike in Miami. Hublot is a brand at the forefront of art and design, having partnered with a range of world-renowned artists and innovators including Romero Britto, Oscar Niemeyer, Mr. Brainwash, Carlos Cruz-Diez and more, and continues to celebrate its Art of Fusion by merging the multi-dimensional worlds of watchmaking and art.

Ricardo Guadalupe, CEO of Hublot, shared: “It was an honor to bring our brand to Miami this week to take part in the country’s most coveted celebration of the Arts. At Hublot, we strive to Be First, Be Unique, and Be Different. Not only are we at the forefront of luxury timekeeping, design, and innovation, but also we constantly break the mold and offer our clients what they cannot find elsewhere. We are thrilled to bring to life the Art of Fusion concept and to celebrate with our friends here in Miami.”

On Monday, November 30, Hublot kicked off its week of Hublot Loves Art by honoring famed Franco-Venezuelan artist Maestro Carlos Cruz-Diez. Hublot CEO Ricardo Guadalupe welcomed VIP guests for the opening reception for Cruz-Diez Bi-Dimensional Research 1959-2015 in Miami’s Design District. Hublot unveiled three limited edition Classic Fusion Cruz-Diez timepieces - marking the first time the pieces have been seen outside Venezuela – for which Hublot had invited Carlos Cruz-Diez to adapt one of his works, Chromointerférence (1964), to the three timepieces. Guests enjoyed Johnnie Walker® Blue Label™ while viewing the new timepieces – with continuously moving “dynamic” dials juxtaposed against the stunning pieces of art on display.

On Thursday, December 3, Hublot Ambassador & Design Aficionado, Lapo Elkann, was also in Miami celebrating a week of Art with Hublot. Celebrating Lapo and his love for craftsmanship, independent spirit, and the need for speed, Haute Living magazine announced their upcoming cover featuring Lapo. The private collectors’ dinner kicked off the evening at exotic car Gallery Lou La Vie with Miami Beach's coveted Casa Tua catering the affair amidst a room full of iconic historical Ferraris. The evening was topped flowing Perrier-Jouët and an impromptu live art happening featuring pop artist Mr. Brainwash painting an historic Fiat—made by the company founded by Lapo’s family.

Mr. Brainwash, known creating Madonna’s “Celebration” album cover, as well as his work with the Red Hot Chili Peppers and the star of Banksy’s celebrated film Exit Through the Gift Shop, continued his work with Hublot. The artist wrapped multiple Miami locations in his art, including the Hublot boutique in Bal Harbour, an exterior wall of the historic Art Deco Gale Hotel in South Beach, and the Hublot Galerie in the Design District – the brand’s one-of-a-kind boutique which features limited edition Hublot models from all over the world.

On Friday, December 4, Hublot Brand Ambassador Dwyane Wade and his wife, actress Gabrielle Union, welcomed Hublot top collectors, celebrities, and his friends to his home in Miami Beach for an intimate dinner to honor the brand’s week-long celebration during Hublot Loves Art. Attendees included: Hublot CEO Ricardo Guadalupe, Miami HEAT’s, Justice Winslow, basketball legend, New York Yankees’ Alex “A-Rod” Rodriguez, artist and friend of Hublot Romero Britto, actors Terrence J and recording artist Omarion, Million Dollar Listing’s Josh Altman, philanthropist and PAMM Museum and Related Companies founder Jorge M. Perez, and Chairman and CEO of the Boich Group’s Wayne Boich his wife Cynthia Boich. Sparkling Perrier-Jouët was served to guests who experienced the “Secret Garden” entrance to the house, which was created by Dwyane Wade’s Style Director Calyann Barnett for the event—a labyrinth into which art and Hublot timepieces were integrated with models in a flower-filled tableau vivant.