Frederique Constant announces Charity ambassador Gwyneth Paltrow

Frederique Constant announces new Charity ambassador Gwyneth Paltrow

May 12, 2016: Swiss watchmaker Frederique Constant has announced its new global charity ambassador, actress Gwyneth Paltrow. 

Strongly involved in charity work, Gwyneth Paltrow and Frederique Constant are directly supporting educational projects of the "DonorsChoose" organization, involved in supporting education for children, with a new international advertising campaign. In this campaign, Gwyneth Paltrow wears the new Classics Delight Automatic watch, which features a jewel automatic movement. 

Gwyneth Paltrow for Frederique Constant

Gwyneth Paltrow and Frederique Constant have also introduced two new models to the dazzling Classics Delight collection, which will help someone, somewhere to live a better life, with $50 from the sale price contributed to DonorsChoose association. 

The New Delight Automatic is classical, elegant and feminine. The two new models feature a unique, simple and discreet dial with just two hands and Roman numeral indexes, making the guilloche dial look slick and easy to read. The mother of pearl outer-ring compliments the Delight Automatic, and the slim 33mm diameter case gently embraces the wrist for the perfect fit. 

Quality is found throughout the piece. Below the delicate curves of this timepiece is the 306 hand-assembled FC-306 caliber, ticking away quietly. Tracking hours, minutes and the date, this automatic movement with its 25-jewels, has a 42-hour power reserve and beats at a frequency of 4 Hz (28’800 alt/h).

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