The Omega Constellation Manhattan welcomes new additions to its family
Out of this world
Talk about ageing gracefully: the Omega Constellation collection might be celebrating its 66th anniversary this year, but boy, it doesn't look a day above 21. Of course, some minor nips and tucks were necessary to keep it in tip-top shape, but don't we all need some maintenance?
The watch was first introduced in 1952, four years after Omega released a commemorative chronometer timepiece to celebrate its centennial. The Constellation was named after the string of record-breaking feats that Omega had shattered for precision at the observatory of Kew-Teddington in England. Since then, the Constellation collection has always reached for the stars, both in terms of its elegant yet bold aesthetics, and its stellar movements.
This year, the collection's most famous family, the Constellation Manhattan, has received a facelift. Instantly recognisable by its four claws that cleave through the raised bezel, the collection features minor upgrades that make it sleeker and chicer than ever. Swipe through the gallery to spot the changes.