A Haute Dinner Party With Christophe Claret and Haute Living at the Fasano Hotel & Residences

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Christophe Claret and Kamal Hotchandani, CEO of Haute Living

Christophe Claret and Kamal Hotchandani, CEO of Haute Living

Photo Credit: Manny Hernandez

Christophe Claret and Haute Living celebrated the luxury brand’s timepiece collections at the Fasano Hotel & Residences Sales Center with an intimate candlelit dinner and presentation. Claret showcased his unique collections, which bring forth a new element to traditional luxury watches, as they add in intricate entertainment and gaming features into his special “Gaming” line. The timepieces are not only playful, creative, and unconventional; they are also extremely complex and delicate models.

Christophe Claret and Christine Claret

Christophe Claret and Christine Claret

Photo Credit: Christophe Claret

Remember the game, “He loves me, he loves me not,” that young girls play as children? Well, Claret incorporates this childhood play of love and chance into real life with his Marguerite women’s timepiece, which features a beautiful daisy on the face of the watch. Claret’s wife, Christine Claret, flaunted her own Marguerite timepiece, which she adorned on her wrist for all to admire.

Richard Charlton and Giulio Chezzi

Richard Charlton admires timepieces with ECJ Luxe’s Giulio Chezzi

Photo Credit: Manny Hernandez

Men can join in the fun as well and turn their wristwatches into a fully functional casino, indulging in a game of poker, blackjack, or baccara wherever they are with the men’s gaming collection. The three pieces feature ingenious mechanisms that completely replicate the rules of these gaming classics.

Christophe Claret Soprano Timepiece

Christophe Claret Soprano Timepiece

Photo Credit: Christophe Claret

For a more traditional option, Claret presented the Soprano timepiece, which associates two of the finest horological complications into one masterpiece, featuring a 60-second tourbillon and a minute repeater with Westminster chime, four patented cathedral gongs, and four hammers, highlighted by bridges and inspired by the Charles X style.

Attendees sat down for an intimate candlelit dinner outside at the impressive Fasano Hotel & Residences Sales Center

Attendees sat down for an intimate candlelit dinner outside at the impressive Fasano Hotel & Residences Sales Center

Photo Credit: Manny Hernandez

After the presentation, attendees sat down for an intimate candlelit dinner outside at the impressive Fasano Hotel & Residences Sales Center. Guests enjoyed exquisite bites prepared by the talented chef Martin Rodrigue of Faire la Fete, including creamy fresh burratta and tomatoes, a light chervil-encrusted sea bass and the crowd favorite—the savory classic opera cake with raspberry coulis. Notable guests included Christophe Claret, Luis and Judith Fanjul, Haute Living CEO Kamal Hotchandani, Veuve Clicquot communication director Aymerric Sancerre, Richard Charlton, Enrico Romagnoli, Ray and Nadine Valme, and Fasano Developers Anthony Tufariello, Henry Winterstern, and Ziel Feldman.

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