Interview With Justin Devaux, Country Manager For Jaeger-LeCoultre Aust & NZ On The 1931 Nomadic Cafe

by Matt Clymo

With Jaeger-LeCoultre’s 1931 Nomadic Café happening this week down at Martin Place in Sydney, we wanted to check in with Justin Devaux, Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Country Manager for Australia and New Zealand on what the 1931 Café was all about, the idea behind it and what people could expect from it.

Justin Devaux is like most of us, a watch collector and enthusiast. He just happens to hold the enviable position of Country Manager Australia and New Zealand for Jaeger-LeCoultre. Hailing from France, now residing in Sydney, he is the driving force behind the brand in Australia. With the 1931 Nomadic Cafe hitting our shores after touring around the world, we caught up with him last week down at Circular Quay, on the iconic Sydney Harbour where the Cafe popped up for it’s first week in Sydney. Here’s what he had to say…

You can catch the Jaeger-LeCoultre 1931 Nomadic Café in Sydney’s Martin Place until Thursday May 11th. In case you aren’t able to get down, or missed it last week down at Circular Quay, check out our write up on it here.

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