Omega brings out its watches for the ladies, and you can check out both vintage and modern creations at the Her Time exhibit in Bangkok.
Between designs like the Constellation, the Ladymatic and the De Ville Trésor, Omega is no stranger to designing watches for women. And just recently, it featured its female ambassadors in a special campaign called My Choice. Now, the house puts the spotlight on Bangkok with a special exhibit called “Her Time.”
Omega opened its exhibit at Parc Paragon, joined by celebrity guests and displaying its women’s timepieces. Han So-hee—the award-winning South Korean actress who joined the Omega family in 2022—personally flew to the city as guest of honor.
“Her Time” puts forth Omega’s history of watchmaking. Specifically, its forays into designing for women for over a century.
President and CEO Raynald Aeschlimann, who hosted the occasion, said: “It’s a genuine honor to be in this dynamic and historic city to share the story of our women’s watchmaking. The values of craftsmanship and refinement can be found all over Bangkok, so it’s the perfect place to be highlighting our own special creations.”
As for Han So-hee, who wore a 26 mm De Ville Mini Trésor in 18K Moonshine™ Gold for the evening, she’s of the opinion that: “The watch you wear says so much about your style and personality. For me, OMEGA offers the perfect fit for any woman. I love being here to celebrate their creativity, and to see this wonderful exhibition being brought to life.”
The “Her Time” exhibit brings guests into the world of watchmaking: a room called “Blossom’s Dream”, shows Trésor watches surrounded visions of nature and the ocean; the mirrored and illuminated “Makeup Room” lets guests create their own unique “Her Time” portrait; and the “Hall of Time” sdisplays the beauty of vintage creations. Meanwhile, the “Bedtime Room” seems to suspend time and transports guests into a surreal landscape. There’s also a separate display of contemporary timepieces to be seen up close.
The ”Her Time” exhibition will remain open at Parc Paragon from November 8th – 14th. So if you’re looking for something to discover in Bangkok, this might just fit the bill.