Vacheron Constantin Watches

Written by Serena Berger
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Vacheron Constantin watches come from one of the oldest and most venerated names in Swiss design. Since 1735 this company has been producing treasures, and boasts the distinction of having produced the single most expensive watch ever made--the Kallista--which would sell at over 10 million dollars today. A company with devoted fans throughout the world, Vacheron Constantin is known for being meticulous, creative, and always elegant.

Timeless and Elegant Vacheron Constantin Watches

Vacheron Constantin recently introduced several collections which have become immediate global standards. Other companies are also producing watches which re-explore some vintage looks from the 1940s and 50s, but none surpass the Overseas collection and the Les Historiques collection. Theses are watches that can be worn by anyone, in any profession, and easily paired with a variety of looks, from the casual to the height of business wear.

In the Essentielles collection of Vacheron Constantin watches, there are a number of exciting watches for women, as well as unisex watches and some more traditional looks for men. For example, even the most conservative of businessmen would be comfortable wearing the Les Extra-Plates or the Classicism in the Round, but a slightly more adventurous gentleman could be equally comfortable wearing the unisex Essentielles 1972 to work every day. Many women particularly love this watch in the midnight blue and white gold combination, as it is versatile enough to wear with a navy suit or a pair of jeans and simple white shirt, and both look equally striking.

For women who particularly love this look of dark blue and white gold, the Malte collection of Vacheron Constantin watches offers one incredibly lovely possibility. This Malte watch has a blue crocodile leather strap, white gold case, and matte white face. Around the case are tiny bezel set diamonds. This is a substantial watch, yet it retains its femininity due to the delicacy of the diamonds and the refined elegance of their setting.


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