The Constellation Collection
for Ladies

In 1982, OMEGA launched the Constellation Manhattan, the watch that introduced the instantly-identifiable “Griffes” or claws. The popular collection was completely re-designed in 2009, attracting a whole new generation of Constellation wearers.

Continuing the legacy

The design of the new Constellations is clearly strongly inspired by its iconic ancestors. The familiar star is still at the 6 o’clock position and the claws, refined and updated, define every watch in the collection.

Distinctive features

There are features that distinguish the Constellation line from its forebears. The striking dials, available in silver, champagne, white, black and brown, and gold, white and blue mother-of-pearl, are finished with a sun-brushed pattern, super-nova pattern or, for some mother-of-pearl shades, a design that recalls the gentle lines of a feather. These Constellation timepieces are water resistant to depth of 10 bar (100 metres / 330 feet).

“The collection recalls the tradition of the line while proclaiming originality, design excellence and technical innovation. . .”

A nearly unlimited choice

The scope of the Constellation launch in 2009 was unprecedented and OMEGA continues to add compelling new models. With its range of sizes, the choice of metals, the selection of dials and diamond options, there is at least one Constellation suited to every wrist.

Sporty and elegant

The Constellations are at once sporty and elegant. The ladies’ watches in the family have been created in four sizes: 24 mm, 27 mm, 31 mm and 35 mm. The mechanical watches in the collection are equipped with OMEGA's Co-Axial calibres; the Constellations with quartz movements also deliver extraordinary precision.

A tradition of excellence

The Constellation line is a dynamic, contemporary upgrade of a watch family that has been an essential part of OMEGA since 1982. The current collection recalls the tradition of the line while proclaiming originality, design excellence and technical innovation that would have been the envy of its ancestors.


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