The Planet Omega Exhibition welcomes Cindy Crawford and Kaia Gerber

Crawford and Gerber, the global ambassador mother and daughter team, arrived at the exhibition where they discussed their careers and connections to Omega and time.

Celebrations at the Planet Omega exhibition continued on Tuesday, as Cindy Crawford and her daughter Kaia Gerber were welcomed to the showcase in New York.

Following last week’s opening night event at the Chelsea Factory, the mother and daughter duo were the latest special guests to walk through the doors, representing two generations of Omega ambassador.

Planet Omega brings the Swiss brand’s watchmaking history to life, with a display of iconic timepieces from past and present.

Open until November 19, the exhibition is a chance to experience Omega’s DNA, with six unique areas dedicated to sport and the Olympic Games, space, ocean, James Bond, Friends, and Precision.

Fashion model Cindy Crawford became Omega’s very first ambassador in 1995. She has remained a part of the brand’s family ever since, attending numerous events across the world.

She has also appeared in some of the most recognised advertising campaigns – particularly for the Constellation collection.

Crawford said: “I’ve been with Omega for almost 30 years. It’s a brand I really value, and we’ve experienced so many different things together over the years.

“This exhibition is a great reminder of Omega’s incredible journey. I feel quite proud that we’ve grown together, and always been able to support each other in our passions.”

Following in her mother’s runway footsteps, Kaia Gerber has brought her own energy and style to the fashion world.

Having grown up with Omega, Gerber joined as an ambassador in 2017. She added: “Omega watches have been part of my life from the very start.

“I’ve always loved their quality and the expressive designs they create, but also the impact they’ve had outside of watchmaking, whether that’s going to the moon or timing the Olympics.”


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