The anatomy of beauty

Immerse yourself on a journey, not further but closer, to discover what only attentive eyes can see. Dive into the anatomy of beauty.

Historiques 222, Encased for eternity, marked by a cross

Beauty is timeless when it’s done right. The Historiques 222 model marks the return of a legendary timepiece, the symbol of an era and a watershed in the history of Vacheron Constantin. Welcome to a world where the tiniest details make the most significant difference.


For vintage watches collectors, 222 is no ordinary number: it is the legendary timepiece launched in 1977 for the 222nd anniversary of the Maison. The watch’s bold design marked a turning point in Vacheron Constantin's stylistic evolution into the world of "sporty-chic" watches. At the crossroads of sports and luxury, the sporting codes are integrated within a timepiece with taut lines and sharp angles, yet consistently elegant. The Historiques 222 is a contemporary reinterpretation of the 70s' "Jumbo" model.


The search for beauty and excellence went into every detail of this rebirth. A glance at the 37 mm diameter case reveals an elegant gold-toned dial with straight hour-markers and baton-type hands that turn luminescent in the dark. The case, adorned with a Maltese cross emblem at 5 o'clock, has an openworked back to reveal the new-generation in-house Calibre 2455/2 featuring an oscillating weight redesigned for this model. All in all, this iconic watch is an elegant, sporty timepiece, offering optimal precision with a level of finishing just as thorough as the original model.

Patrimony self-winding One unique color, infinite shades

In an entrancing and alluring dance, the light can change how we see the world with infinite poetry. Dive into the magnetic call of eye-catching gleams, revealing a complex world of beauty.


Inspired by the elegant 1950s, the new Patrimony self-winding watch embraces its captivating femininity. Its minimalist silhouette exuding timeless elegance, the Patrimony collection now features a unique gradient signature, a masterful operation bringing luminous depth to both deep blue and pink blush dials.



Available in white gold or in pink gold, the care given to each detail of this timepiece is reflected in the subtle play of the two gem-setting options. A Melee of diamonds embellishes the bezel with 72 round-cut diamonds, or the minute track itself for a pure and minimalist expression of luxury.

Traditionnelle perpetual calendar ultra-thin From shimmering darkness to iridescent light

Unveiling a new feminine timepiece is always eventful, even more so from a collection infused with the grand Geneva watchmaking heritage. Explore a world where aesthetic refinement echoes technical sophistication, where the quest for excellence is expressed with every detail.


This Classic Ladies Traditionnelle watch embraces its technical and feminine nature, in response to women's desiring more complex mechanical timepieces. This model expresses the search for perfection through the slightest, even invisible details. The ultra-thin model is equipped with in-house Calibre 1120 Q – its perpetual calendar doesn't need any correction before 2100. Its harmonious display is complemented by a beautiful moon phase at 6 o'clock.


Let your eyes get caught by the rare beauty of the Mother-of-pearl dials, blue-grey for the white gold model and white for the pink gold model. The attention to detail in this edition offers a unique take on the House's architecture of beauty. Ensuring perfect visual harmony, the moon-phase disc bears the same colors as the dial, while the moon and stars adopt the same gold shade as the case. The slender bezel, lugs, and crown are adorned with 77 stunning round-cut diamonds for a final touch of elegance.

Overseas Openworked Such a beautiful skeleton.

The traveling spirit of the Overseas collection continues its journey, taking you through its intricate mechanisms of time. It is an invitation to venture inside and explore its machinery, in awe of its beautiful anatomy.


Stare through the crystal dial and explore the perfect movements of the new Overseas Tourbillon Skeleton. One of the most emblematic Haute Horlogerie complications, the tourbillon, finally joins the Overseas collection in a skeletonized version. Manufacture Calibre 2160 has been redesigned for the occasion in a contemporary, entirely openworked spirit. The mesmerizing timepiece is available in 18K 5N pink gold and, for the first time, made entirely of Grade 5 titanium.


Beauty hides in every detail of the new Overseas Tourbillon Skeleton. With the tourbillon-driven movement ensuring an over three-day power reserve, this enduring timepiece is designed for tireless travelers and adventurers. The caliber presents new attributes such as the barrel at one o'clock, skeletonized in the shape of a wind rose. Noble metals are used for both the hands and hour-markers, with a luminescent coating for perfect night-time visibility.


Dive into the heart of the Overseas ultra-thin perpetual calendar, now available in 18K 5N pink gold with a blue dial. Skeletonization is a highly complex performance mastered by only a few. Nothing is left to chance, not even the details that remain out of sight. The technical nature of the perpetual calendar can be admired from both sides of this timepiece, which case measures just 8.1 mm thick – a prowess awarded for its technical and innovative character at the 2020 Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève.

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High Complications Rocket science isn’t complicated. This is complicated.

Take a peek and wander into a world where time is tamable. In a technical and aesthetic quest where each detail counts, Vacheron Constantin continues to cultivate the same elegance that made its heritage prominent in the realm of grand complications.


Observe this new version of the Traditionnelle perpetual calendar chronograph model: the attention to detail is evident in this masterpiece. Equipped with the in-house manual-winding Calibre 1142 QP, it features an exclusive salmon-colored dial and platinum case, a direct tribute to the great days of classical watchmaking. The moon phases are integrated within the pointer-type date display, bearing a moon alternately smiling and melancholic. White gold hands indicate the time for perfect legibility, while blued steel hands display the chronograph and date functions.

Les Cabinotiers


Our hearts beat to the rhythm of the new Les Cabinotiers Minute Repeater Tourbillon Split-Seconds Monopusher Chronograph. This exceptional single-piece watch combines two of the most complex horological complications: a minute repeater and a split-seconds monopusher chronograph. This rare and intricate combination is powered by the new manual-winding in-house Calibre 2757. Beyond its technical complexity, this stunning timepiece distinguishes itself with the excellent legibility of its three-counter dial.

Les Cabinotiers – Les Royaumes Aquatiques A realm of creators and creatures

Virtually unexplored and filled with mysterious creatures, the sea has always been a source of fascination and inspiration to artists. Les Cabinotiers, our department dedicated to Grand Complication models, has chosen to honor the wonders from the depths, with the theme "Les Royaumes Aquatiques®" (the kingdoms of the sea). Dive in a tribute to the seven seas and their accompanying mythology.


This single-piece Les Cabinotiers Minute repeater tourbillon – Flying Dutchman was inspired by the famously cursed captain. Interpreted on a dial in miniature enamel painting and grisaille enamel, the ghost ship sails into the heart of a storm on raging waves. In-house developed and produced Manufacture Calibre 2755 TMR is regulated by a one-minute tourbillon and equipped with a minute repeater mechanism. A dozen times in the oven and two months of work were necessary to achieve this horological masterpiece.


The ocean depths reveal a world of ever-moving light and shade. This single-edition Les Cabinotiers Grisaille – Turtle timepiece creates an immersion into the abyss, depicting a green turtle in a mysterious chiaroscuro. The mesmerizing underwater scenery was created using two rare techniques: miniature painting and grisaille enamel. Self-winding Calibre 2460 SC, developed and crafted by Vacheron Constantin, is housed in a 40 mm-diameter 18K white gold case with an officer-type back.


On this Les Cabinotiers Tourbillon jewellery – Sea Horse, four artistic crafts bring a mysterious animal to life. With guilloché, engraving, enamelling, and gem-setting, this single-piece edition is a masterpiece of miniaturisation. Glorified in its natural habitat, the sea horse makes this piece an anthem to the splendours of the ocean. The bezel is set with a subtle colour gradient of sapphires for a perfect illusion of depth. In the 18K 5N pink gold case, we find in-house Calibre 2160, a tourbillon movement distinguished by its slimness despite its self-winding system.

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