It has become a tradition for Jaquet Droz to invite its loyal friends and watch lovers to celebrate Chinese New Year over a traditional lo-hei salad. This time the brand organized the event in partnership with The Peak magazine.
The main highlight of this gathering was the new Petite Heure Minute Dog Collection, specially created in honor of the Chinese New Year of the Dog. The dog symbolizes passion, tradition and honesty. Beyond its friendly, lively character lies a playful dreamer.
In fact, when the Jade Emperor came up with his idea for a race to the Heavenly Gate, the dog was so busy having fun with the butterflies, that he only made eleventh place in the Zodiac.
The delicious traditional Chinese meal was prepared by Chef Chung Yiu Ming from the Li Bai restaurant in Sheraton Towers. During the Chinese-themed evening event, guests enjoyed a presentation from the Silhouette Master and tried their hand at 3D “Good Fortune” paper cutting to welcome in a happy and prosperous New Year.
“Some watches tell time, some tell a story”
For the second consecutive year, Jaquet Droz Singapore Boutique organizes a pop-up exhibition at the Marina Bay Sands.
It was one of the few complications yet to grace the Grande Seconde. Now the monopusher chronograph makes its grand entrance into the Jaquet Droz collection, equipped with an exclusive movement. An inaugural, limited series piece is complemented by three permanent additions to the collection.
On September 6. Mr. Christian Lattmann, Jaquet Droz CEO, and Mr. Fong Wing Ngai, Macau Timepiece Museum curator, were joined by distinguished guests of the brand as well as media to celebrate the inauguration of the exhibition. The master of watch restoration from Jaquet Droz, Mr. Boillat has presented in exclusivity the Singing Bird Snuffbox, created in the 18th century.
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