Behind the Scenes with Steve McCurry for the Vacheron Constantin Overseas | SENATUS



Behind the Scenes with Steve McCurry for the Vacheron Constantin Overseas
By SENATUS Watches & Jewelry | 18 May 2016

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of its Overseas collection, unveiled earlier this year at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) the newest models to add to its outstanding offerings, Vacheron Constantin also announced its collaboration with photojournalist Steve McCurry, him of the Afghan Girl on National Geographic fame, and winner of some of the most prestigious awards including the Robert Capa Gold Medal, National Press Photographers Award, and an unprecedented four first prize awards from the World Press Photo contest.

McCurry with his eye for detail and visual storytelling of human drama, will present photographs which according to the brand, is a "representation of the history of the world as to the expression the time".

12 iconic locations - rare, little-known and sometimes inaccessible sites - have been chosen, a nod to the hours on a watch dial. Here is an exclusive look behind the scenes with the award-winning photographer.

More on the exhibition here.

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