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Watch Editor Steve Huyton looks at François Quentin's 4N-MVT01/D01

Watchmaker and designer François Quentin has an extensive range of skills. These extraordinary abilities have been utilised in the development and design of Louis Vuitton magnificent Tambour. He also co-founded Hautlence with the equally dynamic Guillaume Tetu in 2004. With a huge interest in...

Published on July 22 2013, 17:19

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