Vacheron Constantin Reveals Latest Astronomical Timepieces

On the 7th June, 2017, Vacheron Constatin debuted its latest timepieces in the "Celestial Mechanics" exhibition. Included in this exhibition were the Metiers d'Art Copernic spheres Celestes 2460 RT (in Grand Feu Enamel, Hand-engraving and Sapphire), the Traditionnelle Calibre 2253 and Traditionnelle World Time, the Patrimony Perpetual Calendar and Traditionnelle Choronograph Perpetual Calendar, Harmony Complete Calendar and Traditionnelle Perpetual Calendar Openworked, Patrimony Moon Phase and Retrograde Date, Traditionnelle Moon Phase and Power Reserve Small Model & Malte Moon Phase and Power Reserve.

Chaumet Presents The Art of Jewellery since 1780 Exhibition


Renowned Parisian jeweller, Chaumet, presented The Art of Jewellery Since 1780 exhibition at the ifc mall Oval Atrium, which was open to the public from June 1st – 11th – a presentation of the magnificence garnered by the House over two centuries. The exhibition presented Chaumet’s most intricate and exquisite creations, taking visitors through an immersive journey, progressing through a vivid exposition of Parisian grace and romance.

5 Significant Artists You Won't Want to Miss in the Asia Contemporary Art Show 2017

In the blink of an eye, this is already the tenth edition of the Asia Contemporary Art Show. Located in Conrad Hong Kong, the exhibition invites over 80 galleries from around the world to display their art collection within the hotel rooms spanning over three floors, creating this innovative art-viewing experience. It could be overwhelming surrounded by so many beautiful artworks, so here are five artists that you should keep in mind as you explore around.

Realism VS the Abstract in the Asia Contemporary Art Show 2017

Faced with a blank canvas, modern day artists have to answer the question of they want to portray the subject matter at hand. You'll witness an intriguing negotiation between realism and abstract by modern day artists as you navigate through the Asia Contemporary Art Show 2017.

It's Never a Shoebox Design! See the Best of HK and China's Architecture at PMQ's 10x100 Exhibition

As cities grow increasingly dense, developments continue to take place in the most hidden corners of Hong Kong. Narrow slits between skyscrapers, a distant patch of land the MTR doesn’t reach, a subtle addition and alteration that no one knows has happened until months after construction. Here is to our city’s most underappreciated creative minds, that literally design the world we live in from the ground up.