Vacheron Constantin promises rare boutique-only watches at its re-opened Harrods showroom


Vacheron Constantin has unveiled its new boutique at Harrods, which has re-opened as part of a first phase of major renovation work at the Knightsbridge department store’s Fine Watch Room.

Cartier and Hublot have also re-opened in the first phase.

When complete, the Fine Watch Room will double in size across two floors connected by a central sweeping staircase beneath a vaulted ceiling.

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Vacheron Constantin has secured a coveted ground floor position, which will benefit from a brand new entrance to Harrods directly from the street.

The boutique is positioned at the entrance of the Fine Watch Room and benefits from three external showcase walls.

With over 40 square meters of retail space, the new boutique offers space to tell the Vacheron story and to display the country’s largest collection of rare timepieces including boutique-only Historiques models featuring a complete calendar.

The showroom, which will sell world-wide exclusive boutique-only pieces, mixes modernity and tradition in its interior design and has a VIP room where watch enthusiasts and collectors can have private consultations on the culture, history and tradition of Vacheron Constantin.



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