As an avid supporter of tennis, Rado understands that pursuing an active lifestyle shouldn't have to mean sacrificing style. This is why the brand is expanding its True Thinline collection with two new timepieces suitable for a variety of looks both on and off court.
Rado is happy to announce its partnership with Grandi Giardini Italiani, which will see the brand join forces with the artistic and historical heritage of Italian gardens.
Grandi Giardini Italiani is a network of over 100 of the finest gardens in Italy and surrounding countries. As a design-driven watchmaker, Rado understands the importance of well-designed experiences – something that is embodied by Grandi Giardini Italiani at the juncture between man and nature.
As a proud partner of the Lawn Tennis Association, Rado is pleased to be on court in the UK as the official timekeeper of five tournaments: Aegon Classic Birmingham, Aegon Open Nottingham ATP Challenger and WTA, Aegon Championships at The Queen’s Club London, and Aegon International Eastbourne.
A public vote has selected “Proteus”, created by Mari Mussakhanova, Product Design student from Kazakhstan, as the most popular project in the Rado Star Prize Italy. Mari received a small Rado True Thinline in white high-tech ceramic in recognition of her design achievement.
The DiaMaster Grande Seconde and the DiaMaster Diamonds are both standout watches from the DiaMaster collection, but each with special brilliance of their own. Like an ideal couple, they accompany and complement one another while radiating their own different charm and personality. Rado launched this brand new pair of couple’s watches at a glamorous event in Chao Hotel in Beijing yesterday.
Rado is presenting a duo of dapper timepieces to help you celebrate Father’s Day.
Featuring handsome angular lines and avant-garde high-tech ceramic construction, the Rado Ceramica is the perfect addition to the modern man’s wardrobe. The iconic timepiece was relaunched last year in collaboration with renowned industrial designer Konstantin Grcic, which gave the unique geometric timepiece a contemporary new look.
A modular storage system with a unique materials story has been named the winning project of the 2017 Rado Star Prize U.S. Designed by recent Pratt Institute graduate Elisia Langdon, “Kera” impressed the jury with its stylish, useful and environmentally-conscious design concept.