New Line of Luxury Watches Come to NYC World Trade Center in Longines Boutique

by | Mar 14, 2018 | Fashion, Featured, Technology

The NYC World Trade Center’s Oculus, designed by famed architect Santiago Calatrava, is home to a cornucopia of upscale brands, including the likes of Dior and John Varvatos. Joining these and other fashion and upscale staples are a very special handful of luxury watches from the heritage timepiece manufacturer Longines.

Longines, who has been in business since 1832, has become one of the most prominent names in the luxury timepiece market by producing classic, Swiss technology-driven timepieces that deserve a place in every collection. Let’s take a look at some of Longines’ distinct luxury watches and collections that are now available in their NYC Westfield World Trade Center boutique:

Longines Luxury Watch Heritage 1940

Heritage Chronograph 1940

With some handy identifiers built right into the name, this historic, reissued luxury watch takes its inspiration from one of the Longines originals and features pink indices, a silver-tone dial and a timeless black alligator strap.

Longines Luxury Watch Master Collection

Master Collection

The Longines Master Collection is characterized by its elegance and approachable price point. Introducing new, blue-hued additions to their collection, Longines is bringing bold straps and faces to their already striking assortment of luxury watches.

Longines Luxury Watch VHP Collection

Conquest VHP Collection

In the midst of the heritage and tradition that comes along with the Longines’ name, a sporty model may seem miles away – but that couldn’t be further from the truth. With their Conquest VHP (Very High Precision) models, Longines offer a more athletic silhouette, which is accompanied by some of the sharpest timepiece tech out there, with a stunning accuracy of +/- 5 seconds per year.

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