Leading watch designer Richard Mille toasted Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman in New York at an intimate dinner where the star announced her upcoming collaboration with the brand. In partnership with Free the Children, an international charity based in Canada, Portman will design a limited edition timepiece inspired by her red carpet style and Mille’s industry expertise, set to debut later this year.
Free the Children was founded in 1995, with the goal of promoting education and development. Since then, the organization has managed to reach over one million young people with their educational programs, and has been responsible for the development of over 650 schools for youth in 45 countries, as well as providing health care and clean water.
Richard Mille watches are available at Louis Black in Toronto.
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