Jaeger-LeCoultre celebrates the Grand-Opening of its first Boutique in Japan

Lunes, 14 de Noviembre de 2016 11:30 AM Jaeger-LeCoultre

Tokyo Flagship Boutique Opening

November 9th, 2016, saw the official opening celebration of the first Japanese flagship Boutique in Tokyo, on Ginza Namiki Street. In the morning, Jaeger-LeCoultre hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony with influencers from the watchmaking world to the fashion universe, followed by a cocktail reception in the evening.

Daniel Riedo, Jaeger-LeCoultre CEO and Stefano Bossi, Jaeger-LeCoultre Brand Manager in Japan, personally welcomed 150 guests and officially inaugurated the Grand Opening of the Boutique. Special Guest, Maki Tamaru, wore a Reverso by Christian Louboutin from the Atelier Reverso, a unique concept created to celebrate the 85th Anniversary of the iconic Reverso watch. On this occasion, exclusive watches were on display at the Boutique: the grande complication watch Reverso Tribute Gyrotourbillon and a high jewellery piece with exuding femininity the Reverso One High Jewellery.

Entirely in tune with the prestige of Ginza Namiki Street, the new Jaeger-LeCoultre flagship Boutique covers 100-square-meter space on a single floor, devoted to the timepieces from the Manufacture, amid a revamped interior design pervaded by a sense of discreet luxury, serene intimacy and elegant refinement entirely in tune with current tastes. Also an invitation to enter the fascinating world of the Manufacture and discover the expertise and virtuosity of its watchmaking experts united under the same roof, the Boutique features a special area reserved for a Jaeger-LeCoultre watchmaker who will handle maintenance, repairs and other interventions and ultimately share his passion. Infinitely more than just a Boutique, this is a true place of hospitality, discoveries and encounters for brand devotees and connoisseurs who want to experience a true authentic horological experience, with refinement and quietness. A warm, luminous space where Jaeger-LeCoultre will convey at once its past, its present and its future…