VIDEO: Inside The Overseas Collection With Vacheron Constantin Artistic Director Christian Selmoni

Christian Selmoni, Vacheron Constantin’s Artistic Director, has watchmaking in his blood. He’s the fourth era of a group of watchmakers hailing from the Vallée de Joux, despite the fact that when he previously joined Vacheron Constantin in 1992, it was as Purchasing, Planning, and Manufacturing Director. He accepted a more straightforward innovative job in 2001, as Product Director, and became Artistic Director in 2010. En route, Selmoni guided a significant number of Vacheron’s most basic inventive activities, remembering the planning of watches based for the assortment of covers in Geneva’s Barbier-Mueller Museum, and obviously, the advancement of the supercomplication Reference 57260.

In this video, Selmoni examines the advancement of the new Overseas line, and how he, and Vacheron Constantin, see it as far as propelling Vacheron’s stylish way of thinking, just as the production’s commitment to ensuring the incredible abilities of its experts are unmistakably communicated in the watches it creates.

For more on the Vacheron Constantin Overseas Collection, click here .

Read Jack Forster’s interpretation of the Overseas Ultra-Thin, and the idea of a “awesome” watch.

Also look at our dispatch inclusion of the new Overseas Self-Winding,  our Hands On coverage  of the equivalent, and our Hands-On inclusion of the Overseas World Time .