Highlighting its mastery in women’s watches, Vacheron Constantin presented a new collection of jewelled timepieces called Heures Créatives. The diamond-set pieces are inspired by three iconic periods: art nouveau, art deco and the 1970s. All three models are driven by the dainty Calibre 1055, a hand-wound movement that offers almost 40 hours of reserve power. The Heures Créatives Heure Discrète watch recalls the geometric symmetry of the art deco period, with its exquisitely luminous fan-shaped case carved in white gold and fashioned like lace, set with row upon row of diamonds. The fan opens to reveal the hours and minutes on a mother-of-pearl dial beneath. Vacheron Constantin created the first version of this design in 1919 as a pendant.