Watches, art and creative minds came together at Vacheron Constantin's exclusive 'One Of Not Many' party held in Pedder Building

SIHH and Baselworld may be the high points of the watch industry, but many celebrated names in Hong Kong don’t get to go every year.

And so Vacheron Constantin's 'One Of Not Many' party caused a stir. The region’s brightest collectors alighted to the exhibition’s opening night, which was housed inside the historical Pedder Building in the heart of Central.

The beaux-arts heritage site, nestled between numerous contemporary art galleries, welcomed over 150 guests in total from throughout Asia.

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Three artists from Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Korea contributed their talents to help showcase the brand’s iconic Overseas, Fiftysix, and Patrimony timepiece collections: Hong Kong-based architect and photographer Kevin Mak; Taipei-based music artist Yen Po-Chun; and Seoul-based lifestyle designer Teo Yang.

Experts in their field, each personality was chosen because they reflect the brand’s quest for excellence and innovation.

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The cocktail party also marked the first regional presentation of the the brand's impressive Traditionnelle Twin Beat Perpetual Calendar. Debuted during SIHH 2019, the Traditionnelle Twin Beat beats at a high frequency that is aligned with modern active lifestyles.

When not being worn, its in-house developed calibre 3610 QP can be slowed down in order to guarantee an extended power reserve of at least 65 days.

Check out footage from the Vacheron Constantin 'One Of Not Many' party below: 

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