Amber Valletta, Chanel Iman & more attend Etihad’s party and dinner at NYFW

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Montana Cox, Chanel Iman, Georgia Fowler, Maye Musk and Candice Huffine attend the Etihad Airways cocktail party during NYFW: The Shows at Spring Studios on September 10, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for IMG)

Last night, models Amber Valletta, Eric Rutherford, Chanel Iman, Georgia Fowler, Maye Musk and Halima Aden attended Etihad Airways events at NYFW: The Shows.

Following the cocktail event, Etihad hosted a private dinner with Swiss luxury watchmaker Breitling to announce the brands have partnered to create a stunning new luxury watch: the Aviator 8 Day & Date 41 Limited Edition. Only 500 of these black steel and gold watches will be sold ($4995 USD).

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Etihad Chief Operating Officer, Mohammed Al Balooki speaks to guests as Etihad Airways hosts a private dinner during NYFW: The Shows at Spring Studios on September 10, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for IMG)

Robin Kamark, Chief Commercial Officer, Etihad Aviation Group, said: “As one of the world’s most innovative and punctual airlines, we are proud to mark the launch of this great partnership between two leading brands who are world renowned for style, quality and precision. To mark our collaboration with Breitling as Etihad’s Official Timekeeper, we have introduced the Aviator 8 Day & Date 41 Limited Edition, reflecting our Arabian heritage, time-old traditions and focus on the future. We are confident it will be popular among customers and watch collectors.”

Speaking at the launch event in New York, Tim Sayler, Breitling’s CMO, said, “Etihad Airways and Breitling are united by a passion for aviation, as well as by their steadfast commitment to quality and precision.”

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