Interactive technology is being used for the first time in the annual DFS Masters of Time exhibition at T Galleria by DFS, Macau.
In its ninth iteration, the exhibition has memories as its theme.
Held in partnership with Shoppes at Four Seasons, this year’s curated collection celebrates how collectors and brands commemorate special moments, says DFS marketing executive Sibylle Scherer. It brings together more than 450 masterpieces from 30 brands.
Running from December 9 to February 18, the exhibition for the first time includes a multisensory element in the form of interactive pop-up spaces.
Brands represented in the collection include Angelus, Arnold & Son, Chopard, Franck Muller, Girard-Perregaux, Glashutte Original, Grand Seiko, Officine Panerai, Romain Jerome, Tiffany & Co and Van Cleef & Arpels.
Highlights include Audemars Piguet’s Royal Oak Tourbillon Extra-thin, Blancpain’s Tribute to Fifty Fathoms, Breguet’s Tradition Dame 7038, Bulgari’s Diva’s Dream DFS Special Edition, Cartier’s Tiny Panthère Watch, Hublot’s Techframe Ferrari 70 Years King Gold Tourbillon Chronograph, IWC Schaffhausen’s Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar Chronograph, Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Master Gyrotourbillon, Jaquet Droz’s Lady 8 Flower, Omega’s Moonwatch Co-Axial Master Chronometer Moonphase Chronograph, Piaget’s Limelight Mediterranean Garden Necklace, Roger Dubuis’s Excalibur Aventador, Tag Heuer’s Carrera Caliber Heuer Chronograph DFS Masters of Time Special Edition, Ulysse Nardin’s Marine Grand Deck Tourbillon, Vacheron Constantin’s Heures Créatives Heure Romantique and Zenith’s Defy El Primero.
DFS Masters of Time is part of the DFS Masters Series, a signature program of exhibitions that includes Masters of Wines and Spirits in Singapore.