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4 March 2016



Showcasing the brand’s unique heritage of ladies’ watchmaking

For over a century, OMEGA has shown a deep commitment to making stunning women’s watches, with beauty dedicated to both the inside and outside of every timepiece.

From the 1st till the 29th of March, that unique heritage is being brought to life at OMEGA’s “Her Time” exhibition at GUM in Moscow. This is the second stop for the exhibition after it was first hosted last year in Milan where it was attended by OMEGA brand ambassador Nicole Kidman.

OMEGA President, Mr. Stephen Urquhart, was in Moscow to officially open the exhibition at a special launch event attended by guests including OMEGA friend Victoria Isakova.

Speaking to those present, Mr. Urquhart said, “I say this in all modesty. There’s not one other brand that could present such a unique collection of ladies’ watches as OMEGA. So I’m very proud of our ladies’ collection and to open our exhibition.”

During the event, visitors were able to explore the wonderful items on display. “Her Time” proudly showcases many iconic OMEGA timepieces, from early Lèpine pendants to the revolutionary Ladymatic that is still a timepiece of incredible beauty and innovation. Other time periods are also covered including 1920’s Art Déco as well as Jewellery watches from the 1960s and 70s.

The elegant, white and gold themed exhibition dedicated to the changing periods of time is situated along the whole 1st line in GUM. The timepieces and artworks are interspersed with props and memories.

The exhibition is now open to the public until the 29th of March and is certainly not to be missed.