Breitling collaborates with Victoria Beckham

In 2008, Victoria Beckham launched her eponymous clothing line. More than 15 years later, Beckham’s designs are Fashion Week fixtures, coveted for their sleek sophistication and playful blend of feminine and masculine tailoring. Today, Breitling introduces a new line of timepieces co-designed with the British stylist, the Chronomat Automatic 36 Victoria Beckham collection, limited to just 1,500 pieces.

This collection retains classic Chronomat features like the metal Rouleaux bracelet and raised rider tabs at the 15-minute mark. These are combined with refined new colorways inspired by Beckham’s own Spring/Summer 2024 palette, including peppermint, midnight blue, dove gray, and sand.

The timepieces feature the Breitling logo on the dial and Victoria Beckham’s initials on the seconds hand, with a choice of cases in stainless steel or yellow gold – a material specially revived by the brand for use on this line. The dials also reference the limitation: “One of 400” for each of the stainless-steel pieces, and “One of 100” for each of the gold variations.

Powered by Breitling Caliber 10, the Chronomat Automatic 36 Victoria Beckham has a running time of approximately 42 hours. Each piece has achieved Official Swiss Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC) certification.

The new collection is being promoted through an advertising campaign realized by Italian fashion photographer Mario Sorrenti, featuring rising star Annemary Aderibigbe, a model who embodies the very essence of the Breitling and Victoria Beckham woman: strong, sophisticated and sometimes unpredictable.

February 22, 2024