Officine Panerai fetes the 10-year anniversary of its Landmark Prince Boutique with an unprecedented exhibition in Hong Kong. A total of 48 iconic timepieces were flown in for the week-long exhibition, which will be open to the public at the Landmark Atrium in Central until October 9.
The design of the exhibition space is an ode to the iconic Luminor case: a central booth is flanked by three semi-transparent walls. For your easy reference, the hall is divided into four zones to highlight the brand’s fundamental values: history, exclusivity, technicality and innovation.
Horological buffs will appreciate the range of timepieces on display, including the Luminor Marina Militare, the first Panerai left-handed timepiece equipped with a Luminor 1950 case, the incredibly robust Luminor Submersible 1950 Amagnetic 3 Days Automatic Titanio and L’Astronomo, perhaps the most complicated wristwatch ever created by Panerai.
Another highlight of the exhibition is a special display housing the Radiomir case in ceramic, which was unveiled at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie earlier this year.