A Star Through Time: Zenith To Showcase Exclusive El Primero Watches At A Special Exhibition In Singapore
1/5When and where will the showcase be held?
A Star Through Time is held at Ngee Ann City Civic Plaza and and is open to the public from today to September 1.
Watch enthusiasts can sign up for the special watchmaking classes by Zenith watchmakers on August 31 and September 1 by email. Attendance is on a “first come, first served” basis.
3/5Zenith's past, present and future timepieces
There will be showcases of timepieces from Zenith’s past, present and future as vintage El Primero watches are specially flown in for the exhibition. Zenith has also put together an exclusive collection of existing and new El Primero watches that will give an indication of the direction the watchmaker will be charting.
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4/53D set-up of Charles Vermot's secret attic
Similar to the Le Monde Étoilé de Zenith organised in Neuchâtel, Switzerland, A Star Through Time allows visitors to relive the legendary tale of how watchmaker Charles Vermot hid the tools for making El Primero movements in the attic of the manufacture. Guests can create interactive photos with 3D displays and props in the 3D setup of the secret attic.
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5/5Try on new timepieces at the open concept watch bar
Unlike visiting a boutique where watches are mostly kept in glass windows and showcases, visitors to A Star Through Time will get to try on a wide range of current timepieces at the open concept watch bar.
Click on the video below to preview the Zenith Defy Inventor, which is also one of the acts not to be missed at A Star Through Time. See the watch in the metal at the special Defy Inventor room at the exhibition.
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