The art and skill of blazing new trails meets watch design with the Vacheron Constantin’s FiftySix collection. The Swiss luxury watch manufacturer has collaborated with a few artists to embody the One of not many concept while showcasing their timepieces.
The new Vacheron Constantin Fiftysix collection, introduced at SIHH this year, boasts a retro-contemporary style. It’s the modern re-interpretation of the maison’s iconic Ref 6073, launched in 1956. All the models in the collection feature self-winding movements, a transparent caseback and a new Maltese cross-shaped open-worked oscillating weight.
For the first time, the maison is offering a classic collection in pink gold and steel versions. A tourbillon version was introduced too, expanding the Fiftysix family to four models: date, day-date, complete calendar with moonphase and tourbillon.
As part of the launch of the new collection, Vacheron Constantin chose to work with creative visionaries whose character and creations rise from a quest for excellence, global diversity and a sense of innovation and artistry.
Benjamin Clementine and the 18K 5N pink gold FiftySix Complete Calendar
Benjamin is a self-proclaimed “musical craftsman” on a lifelong quest for harmony and audio perfection. Thought to be one of the most talented musical craftsmen of his generation, he has made his mark as a multi-instrumentalist virtuoso and represents the FiftySix collection in every way possible.
Cory Richards and the stainless steel Overseas Dual Time
This photographer and explorer travels around the world to capture some of the most stunning images. His spirit of travel, discovery and passion for the world mimics that of the Overseas line.
James Bay and the stainless steel FiftySix Complete Calendar
James’ creativity and ingenuity perfectly embody the values of Vacheron Constantin. Virtually unfazed by his debut composition’s global acclaim, he explores unchartered musical territory and wants to reinvent himself with a second intrepid album that’s a sonic fusion of rock and soul.
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