Last December, during replica watches uk Art Basel 2014, I had the chance to meet and take some photos of Serena Williams. He was visiting Audemars Piguet's VIP booth at the show and is a new brand ambassador. What struck me then was how passionate and passionate she seemed to him. With her recent Australian Open win, her nineteenth single slam title, Serena Williams continues her assaults on the record book and further solidifies her place as the most dominant player in the past two decades and is making a case, arguably, to be considered the best I've ever lived (men or women).
What was evident to any watch enthusiast during Serena Williams' visit to the Audemars Piguet booth was what she already knew and still wanted to know more about watches. He easily spent the 30-45 minutes chatting intensely with the staff, and especially the watchmaker Audemars Piguet had with the staff with them, discussing the Royal Oak he was serving. She seemed genuinely interested in his explanations of the various parts of the caliber 2120 movement he was taking apart.
While Serena Williams was Audemars Piguet's ambassador for just over a year, it looks like this win has also strengthened the partnership. Specifically, it is now the new face of the brand's most successful modern model: the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore. During the victory in Melbourne, she could easily be seen sporting the Offshore Oak Oak Audemars Piguet Royal chronograph while playing. It's similar to the watch he showed at Art Basel and, as you replica watches would see from his eyes, he was falling in love with. Before this model, a more elegant and classy Audemar Piguet Millenary in rose gold was usually seen wearing, as well as an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak also in rose gold and one with a diamond-encrusted bezel.
With Richard Mille breaking the lucrative position that top athletes can produce by wearing watches while performing their incredible feats, it should come as no surprise that other brands are following suit. The opportunity for images showing the product during a player's various action shots at the top of their game is in many ways invaluable. While this result - as we heard with Nadal's Richard Mille watches - in broken watches, the appeal it generates among the public is worth its price in gold.