Vacheron Constantin Features New SIHH 2019 Launches

Vacheron Constantin features an emblematic model from the Patrimony collection which adopts the midnight blue shade specially created for the line. The Patrimony perpetual calendar ultra-thin watch beats to the rhythm of the legendary 1120 QP calibre, an ultra-thin self-winding movement. With its sleek lines embodying quintessential elegance, this version demonstrates unrivaled contemporary refinement.



Recognized by connoisseurs as one of the most iconic perpetual calendars on the market, it can cope with all the vagaries of the calendar without any corrections until March 1, 2100. Unlike simple calendars that require manual adjustment after each month of less than 31 days, the perpetual calendar takes account of the leap-year cycle, with its 31, 30 or 28-day months and the quadrennial return of February 29. 



Casually styled and eminently suited to daily wear, the Fiftysix collection welcomes two new models. Launched in 2018 at London’s legendary Abbey Road Studios in the company of Benjamin Clementine—one of the talents personifying the collection in the new Vacheron Constantin communication campaign—Fiftysix is revisiting the codes of an iconic 1956 model. The models unveiled to date are now joined by a version with a petrol blue dial specifically developed for this collection. The epitome of relaxed elegance, this shade lends a noble touch to the masculine wardrobe and graces the dials of the Fiftysix self-winding and Fiftysix complete calendar models.


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