Vacheron Constantin brings the brand and Swiss watchmaking tradition to life in its Old Bond Street store. The oldest Swiss watch manufacturer dates back to 1755 and today continues with a limited but elegant range of collections for men and women, keeping its focus on its area of expertise. Reflecting on the brand’s message of “one of not many”, CEO Louis Ferla says, “Vacheron Constantin focuses on producing a limited number of pieces. It is the only way to provide the highest levels of quality, design and craftsmanship.”
With a club atmosphere, the Old Bond Street store sits on two floors but remains intimate at just 74 square metres. Filled with oak panel joinery and cream leather, the store also pays homage to its location through commissions from British artisans including a Chesterfield sofa by Soane and a number of items from young mentees of the Walpole Crafted Programme. Appointments can be booked at the store to give you the time and expertise you need to make a purchase.
In addition to being able to explore the watches up close with an expert advisor, the store has a full-time watchmaker in attendance to help you keep your Vacheron Constantin timepiece in top condition. Polishing, demagnetising, repairs and full servicing is available. As a brand with more than 250 years of heritage, they can also help you get your watch certified with a certificate of authenticity or have a vintage piece restored to give it new life.