In the world of watchmaking, Omega’s Constellation has long been a symbol of exquisite precision and timeless style. The next generation of models for men is being launched.
The new 41 mm watches reflect a particularly bold and sophisticated spirit, while they also beautifully capture the Constellation’s most famous design traits – such as the iconic claws, and the half-moon facets at either end of the case.
Laurent Picciotto has chosen to highlight an outstanding category: that of the Complicated Watch. The definition of a complicated watch is (ironically) simple: it is any timepiece that offers something beyond the hours, minutes and seconds — and some people consider the indication of date to be part of this list, unless it’s part of a more sophisticated mechanism like a perpetual calendar.
Twenty years of audacity, twenty years of success. Twenty years of an incomparable watchmaking journey. From the outset, the J12 transformed ceramic into a precious material and rewrote two hundred years of history to redefine the standards of feminine watchmaking.
Senator Chronometer - Limited Edition is presented in a newly designed white gold case whose bezel takes the characteristic concave shape of historic marine chronometers. Like its highly accurate predecessors of the 19th and 20th centuries, this chronometer, too, is distinguished by proven rate precision, perfect legibility and exceptional aesthetics.
Guided by his passion for mechanics, Christophe Musy started his career as a precision mechanic before continuing in construction (mechanical developments) and project management. Together with Eric Mauron, he created Mauron Musy in 2013.
MB&F and Moser, leading creative players on the trending watchmaking stage, pool their DNA to delight us with two limited editions.
With her powerful and contagious positivity and zest for life, it’s easy to see why Sandra Lahnsteiner is unstoppable. The Austrian skier, who has had an all-consuming passion for the peaks since a very young age, is also a producer of films on this topic as well as being a coach.
1. What first got you interested in watchmaking?
I’ve been around watchmaking all my life. My father was a professor at the engineering school in the Canton of Neuchâtel, and our family moved to Le Locle in 1962.