Perfectly situated in a townhouse in the heart of London’s Mayfair, the ’Her Time’ Exhibition, showcases OMEGA’s proud history of watchmaking for women throughout OMEGA’s past and is on display to the public from the 9th until 29th March.
Showcasing over 100 years of OMEGA’s historical legacy in women's watchmaking, designed to take guests on a journey through the decades, OMEGA’s stunning display highlights exquisite examples of the watchmaker’s craft, including art nouveau and art deco jewellery watches, mid-century masterpieces and contemporary icons.
“The first time the ‘Her Time’ exhibit has been presented in London, featuring hand-selected watches from the OMEGA archives.”
One highlight from the display is the OMEGA “Medicus” watch from 1937. This easy-to-use and highly readable watch was designed for hardworking nurses and was OMEGA’s first wristwatch with a central seconds hand. Not only did the “Medicus” answer the needs of women in the medical profession, it did so with absolute beauty and refinement.
“OMEGA Her Time House pays homage to the spirit and heritage of the brand.”
Another highlight is the OMEGA–Grima “Harvest” pendant watch, which is the distinctive work of award-winning British watch designer Andrew Grima and features an emerald facetted quartz crystal curling into an 18K gold sheaf, evoking the harvest. This OMEGA-Grima masterpiece made its debut at an extraordinary watchmaking exhibition in London in May 1970.
London is the latest stop for ‘Her Time’, which has crossed multiple time zones, touching down in cities all over the world, including Madrid, Milan, Shanghai, Paris and St. Petersburg.
‘Her Time’ London will be open 9th – 29th March.
OMEGA Her Time 4 Hamilton Place London W1J 7BQ Google Maps
Exhibition Opening Hours
Tuesday to Saturday 11am – 6.30pm; Sunday: 12pm – 5pm
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OMEGA puts over a hundred and fifty years of watchmaking excellence at the service of creating the most delicate and reliable women’s watches. Discover timeless choices from the current OMEGA collection.