IWC recently opened their boutique in one of the most famous shopping streets in The Netherlands. We are talking about the PC Hooftstraat in Amsterdam of course. On the 20th of June, IWC is organizing a cocktail to show the new Aquatimer collection. This collection has been presented during the SIHH 2014 in Geneva. IWC Museum Curator David Seyffer will be there to present the new Aquatimer models. Also, he will bring some of the museum pieces from Schaffhausen to show to you!
Fratello Watches is pleased to give away 3 personal invitations to our readers from the Benelux to join this unique event in Amsterdam. Like we did last year, to the IWC event at the race track in Zandvoort. You can find the report on that event here. The IWC Cocktail in Amsterdam is your chance to meet other IWC fans and collectors and talk to the IWC representatives directly! As you can see in the photos above, the boutique is a very nice place to be. Meet like minded collectors/fans and have a drink. The living room concept will make you feel at home while being surrounded with the most beautiful IWC pieces from the current collection. As written above, the focus will be on the new Aquatimer collection (see below for some pictures).
If you are an IWC fan and would like to join the IWC Boutique Cocktail evening in Amsterdam, drop us a line (see below). Three people will receive their personal invitation for the 20th of June (location: Amsterdam, time: 18:00 – 20:00). You will also get access to the VIP room that evening.
In order to be selected from the responses, make sure you already DO have an IWC and answer the following question in your e-mail: This year the Charles Darwin Foundation is celebrating an important jubilee and IWC pays its tribute by introducing a special edition, but which jubilee is it? (years)
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