Chris Hemsworth celebrates the official Australian launch of TAG Heuer Museum in Motion Exhibition

It also marked the 55th anniversary of the iconic TAG Heuer Carrera.

By Natasha Lee 06/06/2018

Australian actor Chris Hemsworth took a brief sojourn from his Thor responsibilities to help celebrate the 55th anniversary of the iconic TAG Heuer Carrera with a special event to launch of Museum in Motion Exhibition in Sydney on Wednesday night.

The star-studded occasion was held at the Museum of Contemporary Art, overlooking stunning Sydney Harbour during the Vivid light festival.

As a feature piece, Hemsworth unveiled a one-of-a-kind TAG Heuer Carrera timepiece that he collaboratively designed and produced exclusively for the event.

The bespoke Carrera Calibre Heuer 02 watch, inspired by the action superstar’s own unique style, is equipped with a 43mm case, in-house Calibre Heuer 02 movement, black perforated rubber strap with striking blue skeleton dial.

The star’s signature is featured on the case-back, accompanied by a special edition watch box that was auctioned on the night for the Australian Childhood Foundation, with a total of $35,000 donated to the charity.


The bespoke Carrera Calibre Heuer 02 watch. Photo: Ken Butti

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