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A Watch and a Gentleman
Frederique Constant’s Classics Index Automatic falls in line with the brand’s continuous strive to offer elegant watches at a very affordable price. Starting at CHF 950 sophistication has never been so attainable.
A man is born a man but his life decisions turn him into a gentleman. By choice, he may embody character, intelligence, strength and style, and will put effort into every aspect of his life including the choice of his watch. His watch needs to reflect his attitude, his chivalry, and his flawless taste. The new Classics Index Automatic magnifies these traits and elevate any man to the status of Gentleman!
Simplicity is Key
Classicism, elegance, refinement, excellence are all requirements to becoming a perfect gentleman but the essential element is to remain humble and modest. Simplicity will guide the gentleman through life and his classic watch will accompany him on his journey. The Classics Index Automatic represents minimalism to the core, through its 40mm polished stainless steel or rose gold-plated discreet case, its exquisite but stylish silver-colored dial featuring guilloché decoration, applied Roman numeral indexes and date display at 3 o’clock. The elegant feuille-style hands which are hand-polished and the crown delicately detailed. Both versions of the FC-303 are available with either a dark brown or black leather strap.
Accessible Luxury Philosophy
For years, the brand has been effortlessly presenting watches who surprise the most skeptics and turns dreams into reality. The Accessible Luxury motto lives through each Frederique Constant watch and makes owning a Swiss excellence-infused timepiece the simplest of tasks. With the latest Classics Index Automatic, Frederique Constant continue to prove that style and savoir-faire are but a heartbeat away.
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DUBAI WATCH WEEK 2017
16th-20th NOVEMBER, 2017
DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
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