Carl F. Bucherer Patravi ScubaTec Automatic Men’s Watch – 00.10632.23.23.01

Carl F. Bucherer Patravi ScubaTec Automatic Men's Watch - 00.10632.23.23.01

Carl F. Bucherer Patravi ScubaTec Automatic Men’s Watch – 00.10632.23.23.01 Dive deep with this Carl F. Bucherer Patravi ScubaTec Men’s Watch. This brilliant timepiece has a 44.6mm Stainless Steel Case,a Transparent Case Back, a Black Bezel with Blue Accents, a rubber bracelet, and carries a CFB Calinre of 1950.1. The Sapphire Crystal watch face displays the Hours, Minutes, Center Seconds, a 3 O’Clock date position, all crafted in a modern design. Being a Diver’s Watch, it has an Automatic Helium Valve, a Water Resistance Depth of 500m, an approximate 38 Hour Power Reserve, and comes with its Box and Papers. Also included is the ShopWorn 2 Year Warranty!

Using the talent and enthusiasm of a promising young designer to “refresh” a legendary brand is a smart marketing tool. Instead of supporting new ideas, it is part of a strategy to stimulate sales and expand the luxury empire X, Y or Z. An important example of this is Balenciaga, whose former creative director Nicolas Ghesqui?re left the mark this year, claiming “being sucked”. He said, “They wanted to steal my identity while they were trying to homogenize things, and this was no longer fulfilled, everything became dehumanized, everything became an asset to the brand and it tried to make it even more corporate – it was all about branding. “

Ghesqui?re told The Business of Fashion that he often said that his style is” so Balenciaga now, it’s no longer Nicolas Ghesqui?re, it’s Balenciaga style. “With that in mind it’s hard not to doubt whether the current trends are really a natural evolution of fashion, or just the rules of the big luxury brands, in an attempt to increase their profit and presence. Many of the so-called trends are just old pieces, minimally interpreted to have more commercial appeal.