Company produces limited edition watch with proceeds going to charity.
Ralph Lauren has created a new Limited Edition timepiece, Stirrup, to mark the 10th Anniversary of its Pink Pony collection.
All proceeds from the watch will be going towards the Pink Pony Fund, which seeks to aid the global fight against cancer by reducing disparities in cancer care in medically underserved communities and by ensuring earlier access to treatment.
The watch, which seeks to reflect the brand’s equestrian style, is made of rose gold with a pink alligator strap and is embellished with a row of brilliant, full-cut diamonds. It features black Roman numerals and sword-shaped hour and minute hands.
It will be available in a series of just five timepieces, each of which will be individually numbered and accompanied by a personalized note from Ralph Lauren.
The watches will be showcased at the Ralph Lauren New York (888 Madison), Beverly Hills (Rodeo Drive), London (New Bond Street), Paris (Saint Germain) and Tokyo (Omotesando) stores.
Ralph Lauren Watch and Jewelry Company, S.A.R.L was formed by Polo Ralph Lauren and Richemont in 2008. The company, based in Geneva, Switzerland, was started a joint venture to design, develop, manufacture and distribute luxury watches and fine jewellery through select Ralph Lauren boutiques and independent jewellery and luxury watch retailers globally.