One complication good, two complications better. These 23 watches struck our friends at World of Watches as especially important.
With decades, sometimes centuries, of history under their belt, watch companies are taking the opportunity to bring back some of their old favourites
Watch companies break out all manner of métiers d’arts to usher in the Year of the Monkey
Vacheron Constantin’s newly revamped Overseas collection includes a chronograph with a completely new movement.
A visual chronicle of a day in the life of this veritable chameleon named Dr Iroshini Chua, as interpreted by WOW Jewellery.
These 14 timepieces are ensembles crafted to impress and delight, a dazzling combination of fine watchmaking and gemsetting.
Watchmaker Vacheron Constantin spent 10 years on a bespoke ticker with 57 complications and delivered the finished timepiece on its 260th anniversary.
Vacheron Constantin presents The Legend of the Chinese Zodiac – a series of captivating timepieces based on the 12-year cycle.
Vacheron Constantin has a new South American outpost, with its 47th store worldwide located at the Shopping Cidade Jardim in Sao Paulo.
Swiss luxury watch brand Vacheron Constantin has launched its new Métiers d’Art Florilège Collection at the 2013 SIHH watch fair in Geneva, Switzerland.
For the opening of Vacheron Constantin’s new Paris flagship store in Paris, the brand revisited a distinct model from its past to create the 1972 Prestige.
Luxury Swiss watchmaker Vacheron Constantin has designed a “Year of the Snake” luxury watch for the next Chinese New Year.
You may recall from last year that Vacheron Constantin created a phenomenal piece unique for Only Watch 2011, the M.C. Escher-inspired “Dove” watch. At SIHH 2012, Vacheron went on to show off 3 more M.C. Escher-inspired watches in the same style. These pieces are part of Vacheron’s Métiers d’Art collection. The Dove watch features hand-guilloché … Continued
Watchmaker Vacheron Constantin has opened its 28th boutique—and its first-ever in the United States—on New York’s Madison Avenue. The new outpost will join Vacheron Constantin’s existing boutiques in other cosmopolitan capitals like Moscow, Shanghai, Dubai and Geneva. Ideally situated on the corner of 64th Street and Madison Avenue, in a historic building reminiscent of a … Continued
A measure of any Asian businessman is the time he keeps and, far more importantly, the watch he wears to mark it. A handshake can be soft or firm but will likely soon be followed by a glance to the wrist to see the watch wrapped around it, especially in China. A heavy slab of … Continued
According to a survey published April 27 by New York’s independent Luxury Institute, Blancpain, Vacheron Constantin, and Breguet are considered the three most prestigious watch brands by ‘high net-worth consumers.’ Despite not being widely known outside of timepiece connoisseurs, Swiss manufacturer Blancpain stood out as the most luxurious brand of the 33 featured in this … Continued
Vacheron Constantin will soon launch new â€œMÃ©tiers dâ€™Art La symbolique des laques Maki-eâ€ series watch. The new collection is devoted to a one-of-a-kind centuries-old Japanese lacquer technique called maki-e. The first set of the Vacheron Constantin watches was given the name “The Three Friends of Winter.”
Vacheron Constantin recently inagurated its newest flagship boutique in Hong Kong at 1881 Heritage. The upscale Heritage 1881 shopping center is in a historical Hong Kong landmark which for a period of years served as headquarters for the Marine Police. To celebrate, they have also released a very exclusive limited series of 3 “Dragons” watches, … Continued
In 2007 Vacheron Constantin introduced the Metiers d’Art Les Masques collection of timepieces featuring the miniature reproductions of primitive art masks. This year sees the launch of the third and final set (limited like the others to a 4 piece set of 25). The timepieces are inspired from artwork found in the Barbier-Mueller collection – … Continued
Flame on! This jewelry watch from Vacheron Constantin features the newest officially recognized diamond shape, the â€œflame cut.â€ The shape, that looks like a small flame, is emphasized in the dial as well as the use of 200 flame cut diamonds all over the watch, 20 on the case, 60 in the dial, and 120 … Continued