Raymond Weil has become internationally recognised as the number one watch in the music industry, with over thirty years of support across all musical genres, and all the great musical events. Raymond Weil watches have been produced in design collaborations with the likes of Craig David, Jay Kay and Lemar, Raymond Weil has been a corporate partner of the Royal Opera House since 1997, as well as working with with Il Divo, Sugababes, Natasha Bedingfield, Katherine Jenkins and many more.
After another successful year working with artists such as Jade Ewen and Leona Lewis Raymond Weil is for the third year in a row the official watch for the Brit Awards 2010. And to celebrate this third year, and the thirtieth anniversary of the Brit Awards itself, Raymond Weil have produced a special Brit Awards timepiece, the Noemia.
The Noemia has a diamond set mother of pearl dial encased in a delicately curved 27mm diamond encrusted case, engraved with this year’s Brit Awards logo and an individual number. The crown features a midnight blue dome.
Not only will this exquisite timepiece be offered to artists who will be performing during the event of the 16th February, it will also be available as a limited edition of 30 pieces – for the 30 years of the Brit Awards. And, for Raymond Weil Brit Award watch sold a donation of £100 will be made to The Brit Trust, the official Brit Awards charity that encourages young people to explore the benefits of music.
Click here, to enter a competition to win a Noemia.