Displaying a range of stunning OMEGA timepieces, as well as timeless advertising from the past, “Her Time” in Shanghai proudly showcases OMEGA’s enduring commitment to ladies' watchmaking.
For over 100 years OMEGA has been committed to creating watches for women that are not only beautiful to look at, but exceptional within. From the 1st to the 30th of October, this legacy is being brought to life at OMEGA's “Her Time” exhibition at the Power Station of Art Museum in Shanghai's Huangpu District. From early Lépine pendants to today’s most popular collections, the showcase of beautiful OMEGA watches includes the 1946 OMEGA Jewellery Wristwatch, the 1956 OMEGA Topaz Jewellery "Secret Watch" and the revolutionary Ladymatic, which is still a timepiece of incredible beauty and innovation.
The exhibition, which was officially opened by OMEGA President and CEO Mr. Raynald Aeschlimann, also includes many examples of vintage artwork and OMEGA advertising, designed to capture the true essence of women.
Mr. Aeschlimann described "Her Time" as a "beautiful representation of a proud history".
OMEGA "Her Time" Exhibition
1 – 30 October
Power Station of Art Museum
Exhibition Room: Power Station Design Center
200 Huayuangang Road, Huangpu District
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