Karmaloog collaborates with Hublot to redefine luxury

A duo that you have never seen before: High-end luxury brand Karmaloog is collaborating with Hublot to launch a unique jacket and watch set that will beat every superlative and redefine luxury fashion. Karmaloog designs a bullet resistant jacket made of the finest crocodile leather and combines it with a Hublot watch established with 16.41 carats of diamonds. A million-dollar set that will amaze the fashion industry, custom-made for you!

Two powerhouses have initiated an extraordinary partnership that combines fashion, haute horlogerie and cutting-edge technology. Hublot is internationally recognised for its innovation and fusion of material, therefore being an excellent and fitting partner for Karmaloog. The design of the jacket reflects Hublot’s values as Karmaloog added leather, gold, diamonds, bulletproof material and innovation. Founders Racho Bajadjan and Nezir Yozgat have created their brand specialising in ultra luxurious clothing and accessories, using only the skills of the finest craftsmen and are renowned for only working with the most exclusive and refined material. Selecting a suitable leather skin is a delicate process, and it can take up to several months to find the perfect material for an item. For this spectacular partnership Karmaloog’s artistic director Racho Bajadjan has designed an astonishingly stylish bomber jacket, made from black crocodile leather. Karmaloog carefully hand picks their leathers only from suppliers that guarantee the international animal laws are respected. The extremely fashionable and exclusive statement jacket has been created with a unique lining, a material developed using the latest technology to add protection without bulk it is called Carbon aramid fabric and made possible by multiple layers of finely woven carbon nanotube fabrics. This enables the jacket to withstand and absorb the impact of powerful projectiles*. The lining has then been covered in elegant screen-printed silk using Hublot colours.

Karmaloog is known for exceeding limitations and thoroughly understands what their audience wants. The brand targets customers who seek exclusivity and unique statement garment that will make them stand out even more. Karmaloog’s gear can be fully customised by the wearer, which is also the case for this special collaboration with Hublot. The client is able to customise the various zip closures on the jacket. A set of three jewellery sliders is provided for each zip closure: The main slider at the front is 18 carats white gold and paved  with diamonds (39 diamonds totalling 0,88 carats) combined with a slider crafted in white gold and two side pocket sliders all in the shape of an H ( for Hublot), these sliders are interchangeable with the recognizable Karmaloog sliders hand crafted in 18 carat white gold.

 

Two powerhouses have initiated an extraordinary partnership that combines fashion, haute horlogerie and cutting-edge technology. Hublot is internationally recognised for its innovation and fusion of material, therefore being an excellent and fitting partner for Karmaloog. The design of the jacket reflects Hublot’s values as Karmaloog added leather, gold, diamonds, bulletproof material and innovation. Founders Racho Bajadjan and Nezir Yozgat have created their brand specialising in ultra luxurious clothing and accessories, using only the skills of the finest craftsmen and are renowned for only working with the most exclusive and refined material. Selecting a suitable leather skin is a delicate process, and it can take up to several months to find the perfect material for an item. For this spectacular partnership Karmaloog’s artistic director Racho Bajadjan has designed an astonishingly stylish bomber jacket, made from black crocodile leather. Karmaloog carefully hand picks their leathers only from suppliers that guarantee the international animal laws are respected. The extremely fashionable and exclusive statement jacket has been created with a unique lining, a material developed using the latest technology to add protection without bulk it is called Carbon aramid fabric and made possible by multiple layers of finely woven carbon nanotube fabrics. This enables the jacket to withstand and absorb the impact of powerful projectiles*. The lining has then been covered in elegant screen-printed silk using Hublot colours.

Karmaloog is known for exceeding limitations and thoroughly understands what their audience wants. The brand targets customers who seek exclusivity and unique statement garment that will make them stand out even more. Karmaloog’s gear can be fully customised by the wearer, which is also the case for this special collaboration with Hublot. The client is able to customise the various zip closures on the jacket. A set of three jewellery sliders is provided for each zip closure: The main slider at the front is 18 carats white gold and paved  with diamonds (39 diamonds totalling 0,88 carats) combined with a slider crafted in white gold and two side pocket sliders all in the shape of an H ( for Hublot), these sliders are interchangeable with the recognizable Karmaloog sliders hand crafted in 18 carat white gold.

 

Hublot Big Bang Tourbillon Croco High Jewellery

Reference
405.WX.9204.LR.9904
Diameter
45 mm
Thickness
14.70 mm
Water Resistance
3 ATM (30m)
Case
18k White Gold, polished Set with 234 diamond baguettes
for 9.84 carats
Bezel 
18k White Gold, polished
Glass 
Sapphire with anti-reflective treatment with Hublot logo on the

inner side

Case back
18k White Gold, polished engraved “SPECIAL PIECE”
Dial
18k White Gold, polished
Set with 102 diamond baguettes for 4.7 carats
Movement
Caliber Hublot HUB6016, manufacture manual-winding
power reserve skeleton tourbillon
N° of Components
175 (25 rubies)
Frequency
3 Hz (21’600 A/h)
Power Reserve
Approx. 115 Hours
Strap
Black rubber and Alligator 18k White Gold, polished, set with 44 diamond baguettes for 1.87 carats, black plated titanium deployant

*About the bullet resistance of the Karmaloog jacket, the guarantee statement provided by Karmaloog is the following:

“Karmaloog tests all of its products. It is absolutely essential that those who select body armor and each person who wears it realize that there is no such thing as a bulletproof vest. The routine use of appropriate soft body armor significantly reduces the likelihood of fatal injury, but 100% protection in all circumstances is impossible. Body armor selection is to some extent a trade-off between ballistic protection and wear ability. No armor is 100% bulletproof. Among other things, specialized armor piercing bullets and ultra-high velocity rounds may not be stopped by armor. No soft body armor will completely protect against rifle or long gun ammunition. All of our products are tested in certified laboratory conditions. We guarantee that our products will meet the appropriate standards of testing and safety, but we can never guarantee 100% protection, as body armor protection is never 100% guaranteed. Karmaloog cannot be held responsible for any injuries incurred during the wearing of protective clothing. The product you purchase is guaranteed to meet appropriate standards of testing and quality however, and will offer protection up to and including the weapons and/or ammunition outlined in official documentation. Body armor can only protect against threats outlined at its respective level, and cannot protect against any weapons and/or ammunition at a higher level. All of the Karmaloog products are guaranteed to meet the appropriate standards of testing and safety. Karmaloog is not liable for any injuries you sustain while wearing any of our clothing. Karmaloog assumes no liability and bears no liability for any use, misuse or failure to perform. All products are sold ”as is” and ”with all” faults.” No warranties of fitness, or use are provided. The entire risk of use, quality and performance of all products remains solely with the consumer. Ballistic, edged and spike resistance ratings are limited to the conditions under which laboratory testing was conducted, including but not limited to, barrel length, shot distance, shot placement, temperature, powder, velocity, bullet mass, bullet composition, backing material etc.”