Vacheron Constantin and culture in Paris

Each of Vacheron Constantin’s creations is a work of art that embodies the creativity and know-how of artistic craftsmen who bear witness to their age. They reflect a philosophy that couldn’t help but create a close connection between Vacheron Constantin and the world of the arts.

Through painting, sculpture and music, Vacheron Constantin’s cultural dimension has been illustrated from the very outset in exceptional and ageless pieces. When it became a patron of the Opéra National de Paris in 2007, the Vacheron Constantin Manufacture created the Métiers d’Art collection in homage to the composers who inspired Marc Chagall’s frescos on the ceiling of the Opéra Garnier.

The same year, in conjunction with the Barbier-Mueller Museum in Geneva, one of the most beautiful primitive art museums in the world, Vacheron Constantin inaugurated the Les Masques collection. A living and creative reflection on the eternal time of art and culture.

Musée Quai Branly

In homage to the “les Masques” collection and the Barbier-Mueller foundation, Vacheron Constantin is a patron of the Musée du Quai Branly.

Journées européennes des Métiers d’Arts (JEMA)

Preserve, Pass on and Promote: for the Vacheron Constantin Manufacture, sponsor of the JEMA, Championing the Decorative Arts is more than a commitment, it’s a Duty…

The Ritz

In 1972, Vacheron Constantin received the “Prestige de la France” award for excellence in the salons of the Ritz hotel in Paris for the creation of the 1972 asymmetric watch.

Opéra Bastille

A clock displaying the time in ten artistic venues around the world donated by the Vacheron Constantin Manufacture to the Opéra Bastille’s heritage collection.

Palais Garnier

Chagall collection: all the richness of the colours and figures of the Opéra Garnier ceiling on the dial of a Vacheron Constantin Métiers d’Art watch.

2 rue de la Paix boutique

Vacheron Constantin’s Parisian boutique: the destination for all Fine Watchmaking and Métiers d’Art enthusiasts.