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Over the centuries, Vacheron Constantin has shrewdly intertwined tradition with innovation, to give each customer, whether enthusiast, expert, or collector, a unique vision of time.
The brand's philosophy is to meet their expectations by designing timepieces as technically impressive as they are aesthetically stunning.
Reflecting a deliberately minimalist approach striking a beautiful balance between taut lines and curves, it asserts its personality through slender cases radiating an elegance inspired by 1950s Vacheron Constantin models.
Imbued with history and a sense of rigorous discipline, Traditionnelle timepieces showcase technical refinement conveyed through eminently horological characteristics.
A name and a date evoking an iconic model by Vacheron Constantin dating from 1956. This modern, elegant and relaxed collection with its resolutely cosmopolitan style expresses its personality through the contrast between the classic dial and the daring case.
The Overseas collection, reinvented in 2016, conveys the spirit of travel. This openness to the world, inherited from Francois Constantin, has remained at the core of the Maison's philosophy ever since its founding.
Egerie is our new collection entirely inspired by and dedicated to women, the coming together of Haute Couture and Haute Horlogerie, two worlds sharing the same passion for excellence and beauty.
Since 1912, the Manufacture has associated the emblematic curves of the Malte collection with the most prestigious watch mechanisms.
In tribute to the uninterrupted creativity displayed by Vacheron Constantin since 1755, the Historiques line provides contemporary reinterpretations of iconic models from the heritage of the Maison.
Celebrating decorative techniques applied in watchmaking and jewelry, the watches in the Metiers d'Art collection find their inspiration in art, history, and culture.
Featuring a design engaging a dialogue with the sparkle of diamonds, timeless feminine lines and a playful touch, Heures Creatives watches stage an intense conversation between three artistic periods, Art Nouveau, Art Deco and the 1970s.