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    From Geometry to Artistry: Vacheron Constatin unveiled new watches in Geneva

    Mahak Saxena

    The House's new timepieces were revealed at Watches & Wonders 2024

    For 270 years, Vacheron Constantin has mastered the art of transcending timekeeping and art. With an archive boasting over 1600 watches, tools, and furnishings, the brand's legacy stands as a testament to enduring elegance and timeless inspiration.

    At the recent annual Watches & Wonders conference in Geneva, Vacheron Constantin unveiled its latest exhibition, From Geometry to Artistry, a showcase of craftsmanship and innovation highlighted with a series of delicate new creations.

    Leading the display was the ethereal Égérie The Pleats of Time, conceptualised by renowned Chinese fashion designer Yiqing Yin. This timepiece merges horology with haute couture, featuring a pink gold case adorned with diamonds and a delicate 'pleats' pattern gracing the lilac dial. Complementing the watch is a bespoke feminine fragrance infused into the strap, elevating the sensory experience. 

    Continuing the journey through luxury, Vacheron Constanin presented the Grand Lady timepiece, as an ode to beauty, inspired by the Greek word "kallista." Adorned with emerald-cut diamonds and a sleek, contemporary dial, this watch stands not only as a timepiece, but also as a statement piece of jewellery.

    The pinnacle of horological complexity was reached with Les Cabinotiers, the world's most intricate watch, boasting an astonishing 63 complications and 2,877 components. Surpassing even the Maison's previous record-holder, Reference 57260, this masterpiece features a Chinese perpetual calendar, showcasing Vacheron's dedication to pushing the boundaries of innovation.

    Updating its iconic Overseas collection, Vacheron introduces four new models in pink gold, accentuated with vibrant green details on interchangeable straps. Water-resistant up to 150 metres, these timepieces combine meticulous craftsmanship with versatile design, catering to the modern adventurer.

    Additionally, Vacheron introduced the Overseas tourbillon model, crafted entirely from titanium, exemplifying the collection's spirit of exploration. Powered by the ultra-thin Manufacture Calibre 2160, this watch offers three interchangeable bracelet/strap options, embodying both style and functionality for the discerning traveller.

    Evoking timeless sophistication, the Patrimony manual-winding timepiece receives subtle updates with classic 39mm models featuring an old-silver tone dial and pink gold accents. Paired with azure blue or olive-green alligator leather straps, these watches exude elegance with a touch of vintage charm.

    Rounding out the collection is the Traditionnelle tourbillon chronograph, a limited edition masterpiece housed in a platinum case. Featuring the Calibre 3200 movement, this watch combines mechanical complexity with aesthetic beauty, exemplifying Vacheron Constantin's commitment to excellence in watchmaking.

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