Celebrating a heritage forged by 260 years of uninterrupted expertise and innovation, Manufacture Vacheron Constantin is enriching its Historiques collection with a classic chronograph fitted with iconic ‘cow-horn’ lugs. This contemporary interpretation of a legendary model created by Vacheron Constantin in 1955 embodies a remarkable blend of rigorous technicality and bold creativity. Featuring a central complication in line with the heritage of the Geneva-based Manufacture, the Historiques Cornes de vache 1955 is powered by hand-wound Caliber 1142, housed in a 38.50 mm-diameter platinum case. This timepiece bearing the Hallmark of Geneva and Issued in an exclusive production run is joining an exceptional collection dedicated to connoisseurs. The new Historiques Cornes de vache 1955 is a contemporary interpretation of the first water-resistant and anti-magnetic chronograph presented by Vacheron Constantin 60 years ago. Offering a striking aesthetic contrast with the sophisticated functions of the chronograph and its classic construction with twin round pushpieces, the ‘cow-horn’ lugs endow it with a genuine stylistic identity that is the Vacheron Constantin signature. This now legendary timepiece symbolises the ancestral art of the Maison in creating high-end chronographs.
The Montblanc Bohème Day & Night is the perfect companion to the Bohème ladies who shines in timeless feminine elegance, with the blend of functionality, respect for the utmost perfection of fine watchmaking and the highest aesthetic refinement. The unique day & night indication allows the wearer to know which part of the day or night it is precisely. The day is indicated through a sophisticated light blue and golden sun, while the night indication is represented in a warm dark blue decorated with a smiling golden moon adorned by stars. The automatic movement with its highly functional complication makes it possible to precisely set the sunrise and the sunset to match the corresponding time. The elegant 34mm stainless steel case - a new size in the Bohème collection designed to perfectly fit a lady’s wrist - features a bezel fully set with 72 top Wesselton diamonds. True to the aesthetic attributes of the Bohème line, the silvery-white guilloché dial features sensual black Arabic numerals, blued leaf-shaped and baton-shaped hands. The unique character of every Bohème timepiece comes from the unexpected details that enrich the codes of fine watchmaking like the sophisticated integration of the elliptical date opening on the dial.
Violet has become Boucheron’s symbolic flower since 1875. It’s a sign of love and memories, which has a profound and implied flower language meaning “I miss you”. Elegant gesture with pendant hollow golden carves makes visual effects that look like an illusion, broken but connected. It’s shining and sparkling. Platinum ring is carved with care and precision by subtle hands and with fine polishing. Shining lights reflect a bright luster. The question mark necklace was created by the brand in 1883. It needs no buckles when wearing it, which is very modern. Graceful and full platinum diamante violets overlap, which is classy and has glamour. The heart of the diamond flower shows a refined and outstanding ho