Regé-Jean Page is Longines’ newest Ambassador of Elegance
Swiss watchmaker Longines has announced that actor Regé-Jean Page has joined the brand as its newest Ambassador of Elegance and it is impossible to imagine a more fitting appointment. Page has an elegance that transcends borders and generations, and an effortless sense of style.
Regé-Jean Page’s Emmy-nominated performance as the Duke of Hastings in Netflix’s hugely successful Regency-period drama Bridgerton captivated audiences all over the world. His portrayal turned him into one of the world’s most admired performers, garnering global praise for his role, with individual award nominations from the Emmy Awards and Screen Actors Guild Awards, among others, and a win for Outstanding Actor at the NAACP Image Awards.
The British actor has been announced as a Longines Ambassador of Elegance and the brand’s CEO, Matthias Breschan, could not be more thrilled, saying: “An actor with Regé-Jean’s talent, poise and presence only comes along a few times in a generation. He has already accomplished so much but it is clear that this is only the beginning of what will be a magnificent career. It’s fair to say that he redefines elegance and all of us at Longines are excited to welcome him to the family.”
Regé-Jean Page’s upcoming projects include a starring role in Paramount Pictures’ blockbuster, Dungeons and Dragons, and he recently finished filming on Joe and Anthony Russo’s The Gray Man for Netflix. He will next star in and executive produce a new, reimagined version of The Saint for Paramount Pictures.
For years, Longines’ claim - it is so much more than a motto - has been “Elegance is an Attitude”. Does Regé-Jean Page consider himself to be elegant? He smiles and says, “That’s a tough question to answer! I think I’m capable of elegance and I like to hold myself to a standard of elegance, which means carrying myself with a certain consciousness. Part of that is a generosity and living in a way that is helpful to other people. In doing that, you can bring more beauty to the world.”