Hublot shares a look at its new collaboration with Sang Bleu creative director Maxime Plescia-Buchi, following the watch's debut at Baselworld 2019. Presented is the Big Bang Sang Bleu II, a project that is significantly more ambitious than the Big Bang Sang Bleu from 2016.
The Big Bang Sang Bleu II celebrates the design skills of world-famous tattoo artist Maxime Plescia-Buchi. The case of the watch is characterized by its precisely-chiseled lines, while the hands include two elongated diamonds and an arrow, serving as fragments of tattoos. Focusing on three-dimensional angles and edges, geometric designs span the case, running into the hexagonal bezel as well as the sapphire crystal.
Hublot's Big Bang Sang Bleu II watch runs on the HUB1240 Unico manufacture self-winding chronograph movement. With this, the seconds are tracked on a straight hand, while the minutes complete laps on one of two discs on the dial, oscillating at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour for 72 hours.
Limited to 100 units in satin-finished titanium and 100 units in 18K gold, the Big Bang Sang Bleu II releases at Hublot boutiques worldwide beginning in July.