Vacheron Constantin opens a boutique on rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris

Third Parisian showcase for Vacheron Constantin. Visit the Faubourg Saint-Honoré to discover the new flagship of the Swiss watchmaker.


And that makes six!


The Parisian Golden Triangle welcomes the sixth point of sale for the oldest watch manufacturer in the capital. This new address on rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré is also the Swiss Maison’s third own boutique in Paris.


Contemporary and sober, the new Vacheron Constantin boutique has just opened in Paris.


Prada, Givenchy, Cartier, Hermès, Gucci… Faubourg Saint-Honoré, in the eighth arrondissement, is home to the capital’s finest luxury boutiques. And just a few days ago, a new store was added to this high-end offering. Vacheron Constantin, the Swiss watchmaker founded in 1755, has unveiled a sublime showcase at number 11.


Passing through the store’s doors, one discovers a contemporary design where the walls are adorned with a coppery motif and a beige color, bringing a nice contrast to the place. Two central islands in black and brown make up the first floor, dedicated to all the brand’s collections, from simple displays to grand complications.


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The men’s and women’s Patrimony, Traditionnelle, Overseas, Fiftysix, Historiques and Égérie lines are available. These pieces are preciously housed in glass cases, sublimated by touches of gold, like other decorative elements in the boutique.


The second floor is dedicated to private appointments. These spaces are more hushed and intimate, with elegant grey/blue furniture. They have been designed to allow you to take the time to discover new products or certain timepieces, to linger over a watch or to talk in greater depth with one of the store’s representatives.


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A photography exhibition to celebrate the opening


To highlight this opening, Vacheron Constantin is presenting, for the first time in France, the works of explorer photographer Cory Richards, who is also the muse of the brand’s Overseas collection. Called “Exploring the Space Between”, the exhibition features eight photographs selected by the adventurer himself.


Spanning 20 years of exploration, these visuals reveal landscapes in Switzerland, Pakistan and Antarctica, while highlighting portraits taken in Nepal, India, Abu Dhabi, Peru and the USA. The images can be viewed in the store until the end of October.


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In total, Vacheron Constantin now has six points of sale in Paris, three of which are directly operated (in the Samaritaine, rue de la Paix, and now Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré). The brand is also present in Strasbourg, Monaco and Lyon.


The new Vacheron Constantin boutique can be found at 11 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris.



Featured photo: © Vacheron Constantin

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