Vacheron Constantini

Vacheron Constantin is a Swiss manufacturer of luxury watches 

  • If you’ve been paying any attention to the watch world, you know that everyone wants more green dials – a trend sparking a wave of increasingly brave, often bizarre, brand partnerships
  • Oris’ ProPilot x Kermit edition one-upped Rolex’s submariner version, while H. Moser & Cie celebrates opening its first boutiques in Hong Kong and Shanghai by releasing a Streamliner flyback chronograph

Clearly, buying a diamond bangle isn’t the same as a handbag – here’s how jewellery houses are crafting exclusive e-commerce experience for the most precious things money can buy

Vacheron Constantin reopened its Landmark Prince’s boutique on June 9, in a grand ceremony followed with performances from Panther Chan and Terence Lam – here’s a look inside the space


Mark your calendars – Watches and Wonders has just confirmed its third-ever Shanghai edition taking place this September with brands from Cartier to Panerai showing off their creations

Retrograde day-date functions are technically challenging, but this year Vacheron Constantin has decided to add them to not one, but three of its collections

From Grand Seiko’s US$13,800 ‘First’ watch to Chopard’s US$26,200 hand-painted Year of the Rabbit piece, these are the urushi lacquerware watches to splurge on

From an intricate scene of a hatching egg and a river on the Jaquet Droz Bird Repeater watch, to Cartier’s The Crash Tigrée inspired by the age of swing, these 5 métiers d’art watches are a knockout

Luxury timepiece brands Tag Heuer, IWC, Vacheron Constantin, Harry Winston and Breguet are going all-out in 2023 with auspicious red and gold, 88 diamonds and hand-engraved bunny decorations, of course

Gold has always been a status symbol and these six maisons have given heritage pieces the blinging treatment, from Rolex’s ‘Lemon Paul Newman’ Daytona to the latest Panthère De Cartier

For serious watch connoisseurs, nothing impresses more than the detail or flair of métier d’Art techniques – from the 60s Smiley to Tuscan landscapes, these are some of the most artsy pieces of the past year

For more than 250 years, Swiss watchmakers have been using the most exacting artistic techniques to lift their most exclusive timepieces to a whole other level – here’s how

Watches range from the complex Les Cabinotiers and Métiers d’Art models, to elegant Patrimony and Traditionnelle Perpetual Calendar Ultra Thin options, and an update of the classic 222

They might live on for decades or even centuries, but even the most legendary timepieces need updating for modern times – here are five of the most exciting new versions

Watchmakers have at last realised that women are not only interested in petite, delicate pieces – now watches that are strong and bold, yet still sophisticated, are leading the way

There may be only one king of the luxury watch world, but 2021’s smartest investment is almost certainly made by a Swiss rival that won over the influencer crowd

Some of the most profound innovations at the digital Watches & Wonders Geneva 2021 show might be in sales and delivery, but brands fought as keenly as ever for eyeballs with their latest creations

From Hermès’ rich blue alligator strap to Chaumet’s flying tourbillon watch boasting yellow sapphires, pink spinels, mandarin garnets and rubies – these luxury watches are as joyful as they come

The US president wears his Rolex to play golf and the president-elect hugs babies while sporting an Apple Watch – find out which others make the presidential cut, from James Bond-style Omegas to US$500 Seiko Chronographs

Watch & Wonders joins hands with Net-a-Porter, Tudor adds to its Black Bay and Royal collections, and Gucci returns to the wild for fresh inspiration for jewellery

Ferla is confident that with just one watch fair this year – Watches & Wonders – instead of two, greater competition will spur his brand on to innovate and connect customers with new digital tools

Tourbillons are trending, Cartier delighted with skeletonised timepieces and Hermès used a meteorite from Mars – while Roger Dubuis unveiled a gong sounding a dissonant tritone known as the ‘devil’s interval’.

As more female stars are bringing timepieces onto the red carpet, here are our five favourite luxury watches that pay tribute to love, gemstones and the universe

Start a new decade – and new Chinese zodiac – with one of these commemorative artisanal timepieces from Harry Winston, Chopard, Graff, Jaquet Droz and Vacheron Constantin