Tudor Launches Stateside with Extravagant NYFW Event

Apr 22, 2014

After being absent from the U.S. market since 2004, Tudor watches officially relaunched in the United States with a lavish soirée last night marking the close of New York Fashion Week. As Hodinkee’s Ben Clymer wrote in a feature article in Issue 4 of Man of the World magazine, “Values of vintage Tudor wristwatches over the past five years have, as a whole, roughly doubled.” The demand for Heritage Tudors by American jewelers has been rapidly surging, and the timing is perfect for its reintroduction to this market.  See our images below of the grand event last night, and you may shop the Man of the World online collection of Heritage Tudor Watches here.

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