Vacheron Constantin

November 15, 2017

Watches: The Jeweler vs. The Watchmaker

“Cartier invented the wrist watch,” Pierre Raniero, the company’s director of image, style and heritage, declared as he sat his office in a surprisingly nondescript building […]
March 30, 2017

Gems Plus 500 Hours Equal a Unique Watch

PARIS — In 2013, Christian Selmoni of Vacheron Constantin was in the midst of doing what is part of an artistic director’s job at a watchmaking […]
March 23, 2017

Watch Archives Prove Their Worth

When three guests spent more than $4 million on new Jaeger-LeCoultre watches during a recent visit to the company’s heritage gallery in Switzerland, their host, Philippe […]
March 22, 2017

Remembrance of Watches Past

LA GOLISSE, Switzerland — Marie-Lise Renaud, who will turn 89 in September, is comfortable in the traditional wood chalet that her father had built in 1937, […]
November 17, 2016

Brand Awareness is the Goal at Vacheron Constantin

PLAN-LES-OUATES, Switzerland — Mechanical timepieces are a testament to endurance, so with longevity in the Swiss watch industry comes a great deal of prestige. By that […]
March 31, 2016

Vacheron Constantin Takes a Bespoke Turn

The tartan version of Elegance Sartoriale by Vacheron Constantin. By MELANIE ABRAMS March 31, 2016 “We don’t usually play with patterns and colors for our men’s watches, as […]