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Vacheron Constantin Overseas Collection & Photography Exhibition in Tokyo
By SENATUS Editor | 19 June 2016

On 16 June, Vacheron Constantin celebrated the launch of its new Overseas watch collection alongside the photography exhibition the Swiss manufacture commissioned Steve McCurry to capture, at the 寺田倉庫 TERRADA venue space in Tokyo, Japan. Attending the exquisite evening where international members of the press and VIP guests from Europe to the Asia Pacific region.

Spanning the globe, the images which captured locations of man-made structures which exhibited craftsmanship alongside utility. These included the watchmaker's headquarters in Geneva, the Chand Baori stepwell in India, the Leshan Giant Buddha in China, Grand Central Station in New York City, the Aquaduct of Padre Tembleque in Mexico, the Tsurunoyu Onsen in Japan -- as the first six of 12 locations to be unveiled.

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