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Vacheron Constantin unveils its first Japan Boutique in Tokyo

Vacheron Constantin unveils its first Japan Boutique in Tokyo

Vacheron Constantin, the world’s oldest Haute Horlogerie Manufacturer with nearly 260 years of uninterrupted history, announces the opening of its first Boutique in Japan this coming early December, to be located on the main Chuo street in the heart of Ginza, Tokyo. The world-renowned district, offering the most luxurious shopping experience with high...
PLATINUM KEEPS TIME TO THE TUNE OF USEFUL COMPLICATIONS

PLATINUM KEEPS TIME TO THE TUNE OF USEFUL COMPLICATIONS

This noble line of preciously attired watches highlights the full extent of the expertise cultivated by the Geneva-based Manufacture in the creation of mechanical movements ranging from the simplest to the most complex. Designed, developed and produced by the Vacheron Constantin Manufacture, the two calibres powering the Traditionnelle Day-Date and Power...
Vacheron Constantin Honors NAIOSW Class of 2014 Graduates

Vacheron Constantin Honors NAIOSW Class of 2014 Graduates

Vacheron Constantin, the world’s oldest Haute Horlogerie manufacturer in continuous operation, honored the NAIOSW graduating class of 2014 and recognized its Best Student in a special award ceremony and private luncheon on Wednesday, August 13, prior to the evening’s graduation ceremony. Vacheron Constantin is the first Swiss watchmaking brand...
Exclusive timepieces dedicated to Moscow boutique

Exclusive timepieces dedicated to Moscow boutique

A one-of-a-kind Traditionnelle Calibre 2253 model exclusively for the Moscow Boutique  The Traditionnelle Calibre 2253 Moscow Boutique is a Vacheron Constantin masterpiece. Crafted in a limited edition of one, this watch celebrates the inauguration of the new Moscow Boutique that has now taken up residence in Berlin House. Equipped with a...
"TRAVELS & ADORNMENTS" WHEN TIMEPIECES ARE ATTIRED IN THE FINEST APPAREL

"TRAVELS & ADORNMENTS" WHEN TIMEPIECES ARE ATTIRED IN THE FINEST APPAREL

Ornamentation in watchmaking is much more than a mere fashion phenomenon. In the 16th century already, during the wars of religion, the wearing of decorative and ostentatious objects was banished by Jean Calvin – a decision that led goldsmiths to seek new fields of expression for their art, since watches were not regarded as jewellery. From then...
Métiers d’Art Hommage à l’Art de la Danse - A vibrant tribute to the world of ballet enhanced by Grand Feu grisaille enamel

Métiers d’Art Hommage à l’Art de la Danse - A vibrant tribute to the world of ballet enhanced by Grand Feu grisaille ena...

These three new one-of-a-kind models will be given an exclusive presentation at the New York City Ballet on May 8th 2014. In becoming a patron of the Opéra National de Paris in 2007, Vacheron Constantin chose to provide a uniquely inspirational stage for the artisanal traditions of the Fine Watchmaking artistic crafts known in French as Mé...