Game changing-men take over Brooklyn

 Ryan Reynolds

Ryan Reynolds

With the glittering Manhattan skyline as a backdrop, Piaget celebrated the launch of its new steel timepiece, the Piaget Polo S, with its International Brand Ambassador Ryan Reynolds, 8 ‘Game Changing’ men from around the world who embody its spirit, and friends of the Maison.

These men—which included actor and director, Michael B. Jordan, French master chef, Jean-François Piège, Chinese superstar and singer, Hu Ge, Belgian tennis star, David Goffin, Japanese musician, singer, songwriter and actor Miyavi, Swiss best-selling novelist, Joël Dicker, British polo player, Malcolm Borwick, and Emirati artist and entrepreneur, Mohammed Sultan Al Habtoor—joined Piaget CEO, Philippe Leopold-Metzger, for the celebration.

Also on-hand for the festivities were a number of long time fans of Piaget including Finn Wittrock, Sam Heughan, Kellen Lutz, Nacho Figueras and Delfina Blaquier and Johannes Huebl among others.

Michael B. Jordan

Michael B. Jordan

“We’re thrilled to be in Brooklyn, the heart of forward thinking,” said CEO Philippe Leopold-Metzger. “It’s the perfect place to celebrate our ‘Game Changers’ and our new watch—a watch for a new generation.”

Piaget broke the rules back in 1979 when it launched the original Piaget Polo watch with a parade of polo players down Fifth Avenue. And now once again, the Maison challenges convention by choosing the heart of Brooklyn for the unveiling of its newest timepiece and providing the ultimate close to New York Men’s Fashion Week.


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