Omega launches ‘Ladymatic’ Range Timepieces
OMEGA exemplifies new age luxury and couture for the woman of substance; showcases its Ladymatic ensemble
Hyderabad 20, June 2013 – OMEGA, the prestigious Swiss watch company, as part of an illustrious exhibition, unveiled some of its most precious timepieces from the Ladymatic series in Hyderabad today. True to OMEGA’s quintessence, this exhibit blends grace, timeless design with the brand’s groundbreaking technology, like never before.
Choosing to revive the legendary name from the golden age, each Ladymatic timepiece that was put on display has taken a step ahead to infuse design originality and Co-Axial innovation to give an entirely new meaning to the collection and the brand.
An integration of innovative technology with stunning design always comes naturally to OMEGA, but keeping the aesthetic feel of the watch line in harmony with the brand essence requires the touch of brilliance. With the upcoming multi-city exhibit, the brand will look to showcase what makes every OMEGA watch a collector’s piece.
OMEGA is a company of the Swatch Group, the largest manufacturer and distributor of watches and jewellery in the world.
The exhibit in Hyderabad will be on display between 20 June 2013 — 23 June, 2013 at Taj Krishna followed by Chennai, Bangalore and Mumbai in the days to come.
OMEGA was founded in 1848 and is a company of the Swatch Group, the world’s leading watch manufacturer. For 165 years, the brand has been synonymous with excellence, innovation and precision. Faithful to its original pioneering spirit, OMEGA continues to make technical and watchmaking history with innovation in areas as diverse as sports timing, cutting-edge technology and design — qualities that led to the conquest of the oceans’ depths and space. The brand has an unparalleled reputation for flawless sports timekeeping including, most notably, at 25 Olympic Games 1932. OMEGA’s timekeepers and data handlers are preparing to resume their roles at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games and the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.