It's exhibition season as Omega steps up to the plate (once again following a slew of limited-edition Rio 2016 timepieces) and delivered their revolutionary Seamaster collection in a marine-oriented display that showcases the brand's new timepiece in its natural habitat. Hosted 56 levels above the bustle of Orchard Road, the 4,000 square-feet space of Ion Art Gallery was transformed into an underwater domain by way of creative projections to lead guests through a series of corridors that charted the history and evolution of this iconic diving watch.
An educational experience that included technical demonstrations by Omega representatives, the launch exhibition saw pieces from the Seamaster Planet Ocean collection that made a splash alongside the radical all-ceramic Seamaster Deep Black during Baselworld earlier in the year. In a brilliant sea parade that saw the maison's very first commercial-ready diver watch constructed in 1932 to the sophisticated marine chronometres of today, the Omega Seamaster collection exhibit at Ion Art Gallery was a tribute to a lifetime's worth of watchmaking know-how and innovation.
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