Omega Her Time exhibition is in Paris

By MyWatch

Women’s wrists have been adorned by watches for centuries, providing time and style in equal measure. The Swiss watchmaker OMEGA has been a leading name in ladies’ timepieces for more than 100 years and, this September, its fascinating “Her Time” exhibition will open at the Hôtel de Sully in Paris.

Omega Her Time

Omega Ladymatic in 1955

Having already been showcased in Milan, Moscow and Asia, the exhibition displays an evolution of women’s timepieces and changing styles, from early Lèpine pendants and the iconic Ladymatic, through to “secret jewellery watches”, which were worn discreetly at a time when it was considered rude for a woman to look at her watch. Visitors will also be able to discover many examples of vintage artwork and classic OMEGA advertising, all of which show women in a variety of lifestyles and fashions throughout the years.

Cindy Crawford, amdassador of Omega in 1995

The “Her Time” exhibition can be seen at the Hôtel de Sully from 9am to 7pm each day.

Her Time
Jardins de l’hôtel de Sully
Paris, France
from the 30th of September until the 15th of October 2017
62 Rue Saint Antoine Paris 4ème
M° Saint Paul
Free open to public

Have a look of 10 beautyful Omega timpieces of the Her Time exhibition:

Omega ladies' wristwatch - 1906

Omega Lépine Pendant Art nouveau - 1910

Omega Art Déco jewelry wristwatch - 1940

A very rare Omega jewelry wristwatch model produced for the French market - 1946

Omega Ladymatic - 1955

Omega Topaz jewelry secret watch - 1956

Omega Moldavita - 1964

Omega De Ville Jeux d'Or - 1972

Omega Constellation Star - 1992

Omega Ladymatic - 2010