As part of the recently launched “One of Not Many” campaign that celebrates artists across varied disciplines, Vacheron Constantin has put together a seven-day exhibition in Singapore that showcases four of its collections.
Taking place in Paragon mall on Orchard Road, the exhibition puts the spotlight on the formal Patrimony and Traditionnelle lines, as well as the sporty Overseas collection.
The line-up on display ranges from mid- to high complications, encompassing watches like the Traditionnelle tourbillon, Overseas perpetual calendar, Patrimony Calibre 1731 minute repeater, and even the Traditionnelle Calibre 2253 tourbillon with perpetual calendar.
But the star of the exhibition is the Fiftysix collection launched at SIHH earlier this year. Its unusual case was inspired by one of the brand’s first self-winding watches, the ref. 6073 from 1956, explaining the name.
Consisting of four models, including the newly launched Fiftysix Tourbillon, the collection is the brand’s most affordable to date, starting at SFr12,700 for the time-only model in steel.
Organised in collaboration with retailer Cortina Watch, the “One of Not Many” exhibition is open daily to the public from 11am to 9pm, and takes place at the ground level atrium of Paragon, located at:
290 Orchard Road
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