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Raymond Weil felicitates Prasoon joshi as part of its Global practice

MUMBAI: Well-known for its watchmaking excellence, creative design and high quality standards offered at unequalled price points, the famous independent Swiss watch Brand, RAYMOND WEIL strengthens its presence in Mumbai. As a Brand deeply involved in arts and music from which it draws its literary inspiration, the Swiss Brand felicitates the most celebrated lyricist, screenwriter and advertising guru- Prasoon Joshi -at the RAYMOND WEIL Boutique at Palladium,Mumbai, on May 2nd, 2014 (Today).

 

Prasoon Joshi is considered a legend in the Indian Bollywood industry and is known for his remarkable contributions in music in various Bollywoodmovies. He has also received the best film fare lyricist award 3 times in his tenure. Prasoon is also a proud recipient of the National award for best lyricist.

 

In the course of the felicitation, Mr. Olivier Bernheim, President of RAYMOND WEIL said: “We are extremely proud and feeling enthusiastic to celebrate our flourishing presence in Mumbaias we have the most iconic personality of the country with us today.At RAYMOND WEIL, it has always been our endeavour to cherish and share success. We would like to express our appreciation and seize the opportunity to bestow them with sober, yet elegant novelties from RAYMOND WEIL as a mark of appreciation to their contributions so far in the field of music”.

 

RAYMOND WEIL’s collections reflect both modern innovative design and the traditional values of the Brand while maintaining attractive price positioning. They clearly demonstrate the family understanding of clients’ expectations. Consumers will appreciate the wide range of watches offered by the Brand: the very elegant and classical, fully mechanical maestro collection, with chronograph, balancier or moon phase functions; the historic and noble parsifal collection; the stylish, powerful and sleek nabucco; the urban and contemporary, sober and elegant freelancer; or the full-bodied, opulent yet delicate feminine collection noemia and jasmine.

 

RAYMOND WEIL

Founded in Geneva in 1976, RAYMOND WEIL is one of the last remaining Swiss independent family-owned and family-operated watchmaking companies. Based in Geneva, home of Switzerland’s most prestigious watchmakers and of the industry’s topmost expertise in component and material supply, the Brand enjoys a unique position in the exclusive world of luxury with a collection of refined timepieces that embody an elegant and contemporary blend of elements inspiring emotions with both customers and partners.

 

Music has always been at the centre of the RAYMOND WEIL universe. This is borne out by the names of the Brand’s collections — taken from famous operas such as nabucco and parsifal, or with musical connotations, such as maestro or jasmine — and the various musical partnerships RAYMOND WEIL has signed with iconic musical venues, exclusive musical awards ceremonies, live music platforms and music related charities.

 

Emotions, precision, performance: these are the values common to music and watchmaking that RAYMOND WEIL wishes to share with its clients.

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