Audemars Piguet Presents Michael Bastian2013 At New York Fashion Week

Audemars Piguet presents Michael Bastian’s Fall / Winter 2013 collection at New York Fashion Week

Audemars Piguet is honored to be invited to Michael for three consecutive seasons. Fashion week show by Michael Bastian. This autumn and winter 2013 exhibition at FOCUS: Café Rouge is the perfect occasion for Audemars Piguet to showcase its new collection, including the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Perpetual Calendar Chronograph, and the first ceramic Audemars Piguet Royal Oak offshore 44 mm chronograph and Audemars Piguet Royal Oak offshore dive watch.
Michael. Bastian, the 2011 Men’s Fashion Designer of the Year winner of the American Fashion Designers Association, published a collection of men’s tailor-made clothing, sportswear and accessories, exquisite and extraordinary. Michael. Bastian’s favorite watch is the classic Audemars Piguet Royal Oak chronograph in stainless steel.
季 This season’s creative inspiration comes from the American painter Andrew. Andrew Wyeth, and the dark, simple, and reflective Maine and New England in his eyes. The colors used in this series are darker and darker than in previous seasons, including black, olive green, red and indigo, as well as bright yellow such as raincoats and hunter orange, adding effects with bright colors. The materials they choose are durable and luxurious, and impressed with brushed tweed, leather, twill and sheepskin.
Designer Michael. Bastian said: ‘We are very honored to work with Audemars Piguet for three consecutive seasons and pair it with Audemars Piguet watches. There is a story about the brand that I like very much and often share with others. In fact, few people Knowing that Audemars Piguet was the first watchmaker to create luxury sports watches from stainless steel, and at that time all around the world thought that gold, diamonds and sparkles could be regarded as luxurious and magnificent. Only Audemars Piguet understood the style of luxury The true meaning of them is that they will not stick to conventions or determine the rarity of objects with established ideas, and this is why I admire Audemars Piguet so much. ‘