Longines ambassador Stefanie Graf has been described as the greatest female tennis player in the history of the sport, with every conceivable title under her belt. However, ask Graf, 43, what she holds dearest to her heart and you’re likely to hear about her non-profit foundation, Children for Tomorrow, rather than gold medals. Now a wife (her husband is tennis legend Andre Agassi) and mother of two, Graf has turned her incredible drive and determination to improving the futures of children traumatized by war.
In that aim, Graf has developed a strong relationship with luxury watchmakers Longines. Graf was named as an ambassador for the company, and they have since worked together to raise awareness of the work done by Children for Tomorrow. Graf said of the company; “They’ve been incredible partners in helping me raise awareness of what I’m doing and the kids that are in dire need. Their desire to give back to the community and to others, their philanthropy work has been incredible. Our strongest bond is in sharing those values.”
A beautiful and incredibly impressive woman, Graf insists that although she does like to dress up, her life now revolves around her children, her family and her charity work. In that, Longines is again the perfect fit; for an elegant yet down-to-earth everyday look, Graf said simply; “I love the Conquest”. Graf wears the stunning Longines Conquest L3.222.214.171.124. The 35mm-diameter stainless steel case features 120 0.532-carat Top Wesselton VVS diamonds. The stainless steel and black ceramic strap completes the polished look of this timepiece.
Photos courtesy Longines.