Online fashion destination Mr Porter partners with Bremont to introduce luxury watches

Award-winning British fashion e-tailer for men teams up with award-winning British watchmaker Bremont to introduce fine watches to MRPORTER.COM.


Britain's award-winning online fashion retailer for men has teamed up with award-winning British watchmaker Bremont to introduce fine watches to MRPORTER.COM. As the sole official online retailer of Bremont watches, visitors to MR PORTER will be able to browse and buy a slickly edited selection of the brand's mechanical chronometers, with prices ranging from £3,000 to £6,000.

Since its inception, Bremont has been changing people's perceptions of British watch manufacturing. Co-founders and brothers Nick and Giles English have been crafting their beautifully made pilots' watches, all of which are Chronometer certified, in the UK since the brand launched in 2007. Earlier this year the brand opened its dedicated UK manufacture in Henley on Thames, where key components are finished and each Bremont watch is assembled.

Awarded Luxury Watch Brand of the Year for three years running, Bremont is one of only a few British owned watch companies. Each of its watches has a uniquely boyish charm that fits in perfectly with the stylish MRPORTER.COM, which features plenty of the idiosyncratic style for which Britain is famous.

Speaking of the new partnership, Giles English, Co-Founder of Bremont, says: "We have found an online partner that is able to deliver the right luxury platform and level of client service that is very important to Bremont." MR PORTER Buying Director, Toby Bateman, agrees: "We have been looking to launch fine watches for some time and were simply waiting for the right partner. There couldn't be a better fit than MR PORTER and Bremont."

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