September 30, 2016, Shanghai-The famous Swiss watch brand OMEGA unveiled the ‘Her Time’ Ladies Watch Centennial Exhibition in Shanghai. The exhibition shows Omega’s classic posters beyond time and beautiful and elegant antique timepieces, leading the audience to experience Omega’s commitment and long-term contribution to women’s watches for more than 100 years.
(Left to right) Mr. Yang Yan, Vice President of Omega China, Mr. Raynald Aeschlimann, President and CEO of Omega Global, Ms. Chen Suzhen, President of Swatch Group China, and Mr. Gu Jianjun, Director of Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art Cut the ribbon for the opening ceremony of the 100-year-old Omega ‘Her Time’ ladies watch.
For more than 100 years, Omega has been committed to making bright and elegant ladies’ watches, and perfectly interpreted the beautiful appearance and the precise timing of the movement in each Omega watch. Today, the brand brought the ‘Her Time’ ladies ‘watch to the Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art with a century-old exhibition, telling the audience about Omega’s brilliant achievements in the manufacture of ladies’ watches.
Mr. Raynald Aeschlimann, Omega Global President and CEO, and Mr. Petros Protopapas, Omega International Brand Heritage Manager, jointly opened the door of the 100-year-old showroom of the Omega Ladies Watch
1906 Omega Art Nouveau LèPINE pocket watch
1965 Omega ‘Flowers’ Stealth Jewellery Watch
1956 Omega ‘Flowers’ jewelry watch
From the early luxury Lèpine pocket watches to today’s high-profile women’s watch collections, the exhibition showcases a number of representative timepieces, including the Omega Jewellery Watch of 1946 and the Omega Stealth of 1956. ‘Jewelry watches, as well as Omega Ladymatic watches with revolutionary innovative movements, are still the best examples of Omega internal and external repair.
1959 Omega ‘Leaves’ Luxury Sapphire Wrist
The passion and pursuit of ladies’ watch manufacturing is deeply rooted in the essence of the Omega brand. From 1894 to 1935, Omega used more than 35% of advanced movements for women’s watches. The women’s watch market was once neglected at that time, and Omega actively explored this field. Its dedication was not only reflected in exquisite and beautiful timepieces, but also in retro art works of Omega and precious advertising posters. . They vividly depict women’s colorful pace of life. Whether it is enjoying the splendor of nightlife, or experiencing the chicness of sports, Omega can always accurately capture the noble and elegant women.
Omega ‘Her Time’ Ladies Watch Centennial Exhibition Unveiled at Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art
The Omega ‘Her Time’ exhibition is based on pure and elegant white and brilliant warm gold. The exhibition hall is filled with Omega watch exhibits of various periods and display drawers for exploration and discovery. On the same day, Mr. Raynald Aeschlimann, President and CEO of Omega, also came to the scene to unveil the exhibition in person.
Omega Global President and CEO Mr. Raynald Aeschlimann at the Omega 100 Years of Her Time Watch
Talking about this ‘Her time’ exhibition, Mr. An Shiwen described it as ‘an aesthetic display of the glorious journey of Omega’. He also looked forward to the future with enthusiasm at the scene and said: ‘We have achieved extraordinary results, but on the road of making ladies’ watches, I believe that Omega is just beginning. We look forward to more exciting technological innovations and wrists. The arrival of watch design. ‘
Mr. Petros Protopapas, Omega International Brand Heritage Manager, explained the Omega ladies watches to the guests
For everyone curious about the Swiss women’s watch manufacturing process, the Omega ‘Her Time’ exhibition is definitely not to be missed. Here, the audience will not only appreciate the extraordinary and exquisite beautiful timepieces and the innovative technology that transcends the times, but also deeply feel Omega’s unique women’s watch manufacturing concept and outstanding heritage. The exhibition will be open to the public from today until October 30.
Omega ‘Her Time’ Women’s Watch Centennial Exhibition Information:
October 1, 2016 to October 30, 2016 (closed on Mondays)
Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art
200 Huayuangang Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai