Today luxury watchmaker Bovet celebrated the opening of its new boutique in New York City. Mr. Pascal Raffy, owner of Bovet, joined Bovet boutique partners Jeffrey Khalaf and Michael Rosenberg at the Ritz-Carlton, where the boutique is housed.
The unveiling began with a press lunch at the Ritz-Carlton’s Auden Restaurant. Mr. Raffy gave a heartfelt speech about the opening, and revealed that Bovet would celebrate the occasion by signing a five year contract with Artists for Peace and Justice Foundation. David Belle, the CEO of the Foundation, thanked Mr. Raffy for his commitment, which will see Bovet donate $1 million every year during their five-year partnership.
Afterwards, press made their way to into the boutique, where Paul Haggis, who is on the Foundation’s Board of Directors, helped Mr. Raffy, Mr. Khalaf and Mr. Rosenberg cut the ribbon to officially open the boutique.
Stay tuned for Haute Time’s visit to the Bovet boutique, where we’ll share exclusive photos of the new space and the timepieces on offer.
Photo credit: Haute Time. Additional photos courtesy Bovet.