Located at 46 East 57th Street, Richard Mille’s largest boutique Launches in the heart of Manhattan, New York City. The latest temple to Richard Mille watches measures 4,200-square-feet over two floors and it is every inch as high tech as its high horology timepieces. Featuring 24 massive panels of glass–totaling 37,000 pounds– each individually engraved and arranged three-deep to form …
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