At the 2017 Caesar Luxury Summit in Bucharest, Pascal Raffy, owner of Maison BOVET, was appointed a distinguished member of the “Caesar Honoris – Hall of Fame” in recognition of his work in preserving traditional watchmaking arts for over 15 years.
Bucharest, November 16, 2017. The 11th Caesar Luxury Summit brought together a variety of notable figures. Following a forum discussing the current challenges faced by the luxury industry, the summit ended on a high with a gala evening recognizing the international figures who have made the biggest impact on the luxury world with their brands. At the event, Pascal Raffy, owner of Maison BOVET, was awarded the ultimate distinction, becoming a member of the “Caesar Honoris – Hall of Fame”, declaring: “I am proud to receive this distinction, which crowns over 15 years of passion and integrity that have ensured the success of my Maison and pays tribute to BOVET’s unique heritage.”
This award recognizes the culture of excellence instilled in Maison BOVET by Pascal Raffy. His human values and appreciation of true luxury form the cornerstones of BOVET. His passion for Haute Horlogerie combined with a long-term vision have enabled Pascal Raffy to take BOVET to the pinnacle of the watchmaking arts. He was notably behind the patented Amadeo convertible case system, as well as emblematic timepieces such as Monsieur Bovet or the Braveheart and Astérium tourbillons.