Ironically, it has been a while since I have spent any serious time with the people in Franck Muller. The Swiss watch maker is a type of modern legend, along with the Franck Muller Group is farther an range of luxury brands which includes others such as Backes & Strauss. Before, the group was even bigger including brands such as Rodolphe, Pierre Kunz, and Martin Braun. Today, I am going to look at something different for Franck Muller that represents a contemporary side of the brand. This view is the Franck Muller Vanguard Glacier, by the newer general Vanguard collection.Franck Muller began in 1991 and as a brand is well known for several things including their favorite Cintrée Curvex instance, in addition to some profoundly complicated watches. This timepiece is on the simpler side offering just the time and date, but has a complex yet elegant design that I find really appealing.I’ll quickly admit that the Franck Muller Vanguard collection did not appeal to me until I actually saw one in person and put it on my wrist. In computer rendered pictures, the Vanguard looks both underwhelming and like it is looking too hard at precisely the same moment. In a sense, some folks may say that about the Franck Muller Cintrée Curvex family of watches. Place both of those models on your wrist in individual, and you’re going to have a totally different experience — at least, I did.The Franck Muller Cintrée Curvex collection begins with a tonneau-shaped scenario, and it’s maybe one of the couple tonneau-shaped cases available on the market that I enjoy. Others would include those made by Richard Mille. This really is an age-old design going back to the 1920s, but Franck Muller made it sexy again. Actually, I would go so far as to state that Franck Muller was the first “cool” watch brand of the contemporary horological era. Only to (by some reports) become a victim of their own success and confront the very same problems most other luxury brands perform today in the regions of marketing and distribution. In contrast to others, I think that Franck Muller has been comparatively silent, choosing to remain more low key and holding back until they have a solid plan in place. At the least, they have a good stable of interesting timepieces.
Franck Muller, the always interesting and sometimes over-the-top Swiss watchmaker has produced a one-of-a-kind timepiece apparently for Korean musical artist PSY. Depicting PSY doing his more than well-known horse riding dance right on the dial, the likely 18k white gold or platinum watch is full pave covered with diamonds. Black diamonds are used to fill in the large Roman numerals and the image of PSY dancing is likely hand painted.
The watch image was shared direct from a Franck Muller Watches Finance Replica insider so for sure it is a legit piece for the pop superstar. PSY’s famous Gangnam Style music video on YouTube (as of this article) has over 1.5 billion views. I suppose it was about time to treat himself (or perhaps it is a gift to PSY). franckmuller.com