Katherine Jenkins joins team CITIZEN

Katherine Jenkins joins the luminary team of Citizen Ambassadors for the exciting new collection, of Citizen L watches.

Citizen has recently began to place a greater emphasis on the female market sector, by creating more feminine designs and market aware strategies, along with the recent signing of Welsh mezzo-soprano, Katherine Jenkins. This signing is to coincide with the launch of the exciting new ladies’ Citizen L collection.

The TV advert in place for this collection is due to air on November 8th 2014. The advertisement will depict the process that Jenkins goes through before she walks on stage, and she will also be providing the operatic background music to accompany the advert.

This partnership is not entirely one-sided either, as well as recently tying the knot, Jenkins has also been busy promoting her current album ‘Home Sweet Home,’ due to be released on November  17th 2014.

Jenkins currently has released 9 studio albums, all of which have sold in an excess of 7 million copies and gone platinum around the world. To date, she has received numerous accolades for her recordings, including an OBE earlier this year.

The citizen L collection utilises the brands Eco-Drive technology, along with the beauty found in nature. These watches -along with many other Citizen watches – are built to withstand the test of time, with classic designs and a innovative technology, these watches refuse to lose their precision or lustre, thus remaining to sparkle through the sands of time.

If you have been inspired to see more from Citizen – and we strongly advise you do – you can view our extensive collection of ladies Citizen watches right here. Also if you wish to stay on trend and remaining the height of style, you can view our extensive range of designer label watches.

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By James Tissiman