For this family company, interest in horology and music have always gone hand in hand. In 1983, the Amadeus collection was launched, taking its inspiration from the great Classical composer Amadeus Mozart. This launch coincided with the film Amadeus by Milos Forman. Raymond Weil’s musical inspiration continues to excite through the decades and in 2013, the Music Icons series of limited edition watches is created. The collection celebrates Frank Sinatra, Gibson guitars, Sennheiser and Nicola Benedetti. When Raymond Weil celebrates its 40th anniversary, they do so in style by adding some new names to this collection; namely The Beatles, Buddy Holly and David Bowie.

A relatively new Swiss watch brand compared to its contemporaries (having only been founded in 1976), Mr Raymond Weil developed his initial collection by using his international connections to put the company on the map. His watches were an instant success among watch enthusiasts and amateurs alike.

Raymond Weil is often known as the company who in 1994, had the award-winning advertising campaign – Precision Movements featuring athletic looking dancers leaping through the air. This image of extreme precision gains them international acclaim and notoriety as a creative and technically proficient company.

Other notable collections are the Noemia, made entirely for women with elegant styling and precious materials with integrated case and bracelet. The Maestro collection for men only, featuring the Maestro phase de lune (the brand’s first moon phase watch with automatic movement) and the Maestro Phase de Lune Semainier with date, day, month, week number and moon phase with automatic movement. The Parsifal and Tango collections (both translated into mens and womens versions) are classically styled timepieces offering a new twist on timeless elegance.

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