Vacheron Constantin heads to Vegas for 30th store

By Craig Heatly

After the opening of its first boutique in the United States in New York last year, Swiss watchmaker Vacheron Constantin has continued its American expansion with a new store in Las Vegas hotel and casino resort, the Palazzo.

The store is located on the famous Las Vegas strip and its opening marks the brand’s 30th store worldwide. The boutique will stock the all of the brand’s existing collections and will also showcase exclusive models for the Las Vegas store.

Vacheron Constantin’s North American president said: “It is another milestone in the brand’s worldwide expansion and allows us to provide and experience that will enhance customer understanding of the brand and its long standing history in haute horologie.”


The boutique is situated amongst a number of other high end brands including Burberry, Piaget, Bulgari and Ralph Lauren, in the $1.8 billion complex.



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