Jack Barouh, the founder of replica Michele from Latin America, initially targeted high-quality and colorful children’s watches. The brand named after his daughter was an overnight success. Jack’s genetics gave him the ultimate advantage of watchmaking-his father Maurice (Maurice) is a famous Belgian watchmaker, he has always insisted on using technology and quality to make the best works. Maurice’s dedication to craftsmanship was passed on to Jack, only to make his family’s notoriety much faster. The success of his child’s brand was replaced by a more mature market, so (with the consent of Jack’s wife Rita), the Michele brand was born in Miami, Florida, and flourished as a result.
Based on the support for quality, the fashionable interpretation of modern timepieces was a success almost overnight in the brand. Jack’s daughter Michele and son Jeremy joined the family business in 2002. Only two years later, they have grown so much and attracted the attention of the famous watch company Fossil (honestly That said, not all watches are the same). In a so-called “all cash” transaction, Fossil acquired Tempus International Corp. (the manufacturer, seller and distributor of the Michele watch brand) for $50 million. According to JCK Online, Tempus International Corp. has offices in Miami, Florida and Geneva, Switzerland. Michele’s name has always been and will continue to be synonymous with fashion, beauty and quality.
It competes fiercely with Michael Kors, Cartier, Kate Spade, Marc Jacobs, Tory Burch, Stuart Weitzman, David Yurman, Ralph Lauren, Baume and Mercier, Louis Vuitton, Saint Laurent, Tag Heuer, Vera Wang, Givenchy and other high-end jewelry creators. The podium of top timepiece designers occupies its rightful place. According to data from BusinessInsider, Michele was rated as one of the five most popular watches for women in 2016. For such a young watch company, compared with its rival Movado (founded in 1881), This proves the founder’s ability to speak to the style of modern women. With collections of Deco, Serin, Belmore, Urban, Sport Sail and Cape, any woman can find a style commensurate with her personality. It can be easily found by a simple Google or Facebook search, and you can view past and present styles.
The Deco series has an iconic rectangular face, with interchangeable straps, various case types from stainless steel to gold-plated to ceramic, and a wealth of diamond-setting options.
The Serein series is more traditional and feminine, with its round face shape and Roman numerals and customizable straps from leather to stainless steel.
The Belmore series has a casual round face and three crowns on the right side of the case. The diamond on the case surrounds every face found in this series. Many of her designs also have interchangeable straps.
The Urban series has a unique rounded rectangular face, and fashionable digital fonts are placed around the dial. Its “mini” size makes this series an exquisite wrist accessory.
The round face of the Sport Sail series is most similar to Serein, but is more industrial, with three crowns attached to the right side of the case.
The Cape series has the most modern and simple designs in Michele’s design, with some of the boldest colors from pink to green.