Égérie, Vacheron Constantin’s new muse
In 2003, Vacheron Constantin launched its last collection exclusively for women. Baptized Égérie (Muse in English), this line of timepieces focused on a simple tonneau watch. Now, 17 years later, the Swiss brand recovers the name of what was the last collection of the Maison dedicated exclusively to female wrists to give life to a new line of watches exclusively for women, with an absolutely new design.
17 years later, Vacheron Constantin presents a new collection exclusively for ladies: Égérie.
Inspired by the complexities of haute horlogerie and haute couture, the new Égérie collection stands out for details such as the textured dial resembling a fan (reminiscent of the Heures Créatives Heure Discrète watch that literally looks like a fan), the decentralized crown, the date or moonphase window, Arabic numerals and, of course, diamonds.
The new line offers three different models: Égérie Date, with a 35 mm steel case with diamonds or rose gold with diamonds; Égérie Moonphase, with 37 mm steel or pink gold case, both with diamonds; and Égerie Moonphase Pavé, with a 37 mm white gold case with diamond pavé. All watches are powered by the automatic caliber 1088 (1088L, in the case of the Moonphase) and accompanied – with the exception of steel versions – by interchangeable straps with an easy-to-change system (three straps in the case of Égérie Date and Égerie Moonphase, both in pink gold; two in the Moonphase Pavé version).
The new Égérie by Vacheron Constantin thus gives life to a traditional and, at the same time, contemporary collection, which promises to conquer the female wrists.