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  • 02/06/2020


    HydroConquest: a new look in green

    The green model is the perfect addition to the HydroConquest collection’s blue, grey and black timepieces. The khaki model features a ceramic bezel insert that matches the colour of the dial and ties together the fully modernized design and sporty silhouette. Mounted on a stainless steel or green rubber strap, the watch, which is available in two sizes (41 or 43 mm in diameter), is powered by a self-winding mechanical movement (L888.3 calibre). Longines’ iconic HydroConquest collection meets the expectations of those who are drawn to the open sea. HydroConquest timepieces preserve the traditional style of diving watches, inspired by the unique requirements of the sport. The distinctive characteristics of this collection include water-resistance to 300 metres, a unidirectional rotating bezel, a screw-down crown and case back, crown protection and a double security folding clasp with integrated diving extension. To suit every wrist, Longines offers the model not only in khaki, but also in a brighter green hue. This model has a bright green vertical brushed ceramic dial, and it houses a L888.5 calibre that was designed exclusively for Longines, with a silicon balance spring. The 41 mm case comes with an interchangeable stainless steel bracelet and a green rubber strap in the same hues as the dial. Swapping them is a breeze and no tools are required thanks to the easy change system. Whether in khaki or bright green, the new HydroConquest, which is the result of Longines’ expertise in the sports field, is sure to stand out with its sleek, bold look.

  • 02/27/2019


    Longines Ambassador of Elegance Stefanie Graf opens the doors of her foundation in Hamburg

    On February 27, 2019, Stefanie Graf and her foundation, Children for Tomorrow, were pleased to welcome Swiss watch brand Longines in Hamburg (GER). Initiated by the German tennis legend in 1998, the institute - located at the University clinic of Hamburg Eppendorf - assists children and families who have been victims of war, persecution and violence. Stefanie Graf says: “Longines has been so generous and supportive to what is dear to my heart, my foundation Children for Tomorrow. For over 20 years we have specialized in treatment with our trauma therapy providing care to as many children as possible who have suffered through war, exile and violence.  These inner wounds are so often overlooked. Raising awareness for what these children have to endure and what is needed to heal them is the mission of Children for Tomorrow.  We want to give as many children as possible a new perspective for a healthy future.” The non-profit organization brings light to the sensitive issue of refugees and their psychological well-being. A qualified team of specialists helps the children and teenagers to overcome their traumas with different psychological treatments and activities, such as art therapy. This Wednesday, a watchmaker from Longines was present at the foundation to initiate the children to his craftsmanship. This event also gave the opportunity for Stefanie Graf and Longines to reaffirm their long lasting partnership, initiated in 2008 and celebrated last summer through the auction sale of 10 limited “Conquest V.H.P. Stefanie Graf & Andre Agassi Foundations” watch sets. All proceeds were donated to Children for Tomorrow and The Andre Agassi Foundation for Education, two charities founded by the two Ambassadors of Elegance. Elegance of the heart Longines’ fundamental values of excellence and elegance have always led it to pursue and promote the highest social ideals. In this regard, the winged hourglass brand has forged various partnerships over the years to channel its support for different charitable organizations. Walter von Känel, President of Longines says: “Longines’ core values have always led the brand to serve philanthropic purposes. We are particularly proud and honoured to work alongside the Children for Tomorrow Foundation, helping children and their families to build a better future. The altruism, dedication and generosity shown by its founder, Longines Ambassador of Elegance Stefanie Graf, are a source of inspiration and a perfect illustration of the true elegance – the elegance of a generous heart – so dear to our brand.” Stefanie Graf adds: “I am extremely grateful to represent a company like Longines, rich in history, tradition, quality and craftsmanship.  We share a commitment to making a difference in other people’s lives. Giving and caring is a big part of who they are.” About Children for Tomorrow Children for Tomorrow is a non-profit foundation with the goal of supporting and initiating projects that provide assistance to children and families who have become victims of war, persecution and violence. These children have withstood terrifying experiences, some having lost their parents and close relatives. As a result of their psychological traumas, some have suffered from or still have sleep disorders, nightmares, depression or other symptoms. In order to overcome these traumas, psychotherapeutic therapy conducted by trained and qualified personnel is required. The financial resources from the Children for Tomorrow foundation serve to heal the psychological wounds within. For more information, visit   Stefanie Graf and Longines A female tennis icon with a supremely precocious talent – she began playing tennis at the age of 4 – a court virtuoso admired for her professionalism and courage, Stefanie Graf has left an indelible mark on the history of tennis. She was a phenomenally successful player throughout her 17-year career : 902 wins, including 22 Grand Slams, an Olympic gold medal, number 1 in the WTA rankings for 377 weeks – a record unbroken to this day. Stefanie Graf is a truly iconic figure in sporting history. Stefanie Graf shares Longines’ drive for excellence, performance and elegance. Through her courage, commitment and generosity, the champion perfectly embodies the brand’s values, as illustrated by its slogan : Elegance is an attitude. The watchmaking brand is therefore proud to support the Children for Tomorrow Foundation and the work of its Ambassador of Elegance.

  • 02/19/2019


    Longines Ambassador of Elegance, Aaron Kwok unveiled Marina Bay Sands Boutique in Singapore

    Longines celebrated the relocation of its Singapore Marina Bay Sands Boutique in the presence of Longines Ambassador of Elegance, Aaron Kwok. After the traditional ribbon cutting ceremony, guests were invited into the Boutique by Singaporean actress and host, Oon Shu An to experience the Boutique and share the moment with Aaron Kwok as he commemorated his presence with a poster signing ceremony. Spanning over 1,000 square feet, the Boutique’s design strikes a balance in maintaining tradition with a modern touch. Natural marble stone was used on the façade of the Boutique, this matches the interior where clean, luminescent white walls are perfectly contrasted by the blend of lacquered wood furniture, leather and soft grey flooring. The Boutique is completed with a Heritage corner with timepieces flown in from the brand’s museum in Saint-Imier, Switzerland and an Equestrian corner which pays tribute to the brand’s involvement with the elegant sport.

  • 02/18/2019


    Longines dives into the HydroConquest universe during a special event in Singapore attended by Aaron Kwok

    Drawing its inspiration from the fascinating world of water sports, the HydroConquest collection combines technical excellence and traditional elegance, both distinguishing hallmarks of Longines. The Swiss watch brand chose the rooftop of The Fullerton Bay Hotel in Singapore, with its breathtaking views of the sea and the famous Marina Bay Sands Hotel, to present the emblematic sports line’s new models, which preserve the traditional style of diving watches.   A coloured ceramic insert has been added to the bezel of the new HydroConquest models. This highly technical and scratch-resistant material enhances the sporty, modern character of the watches. The HydroConquest collection is inspired by the unique requirements of scuba diving and features water-resistance to 300 metres, a unidirectional rotating bezel, a screw-down crown and case back, crown protection and a double security folding clasp with integrated diving extension.    “The demand for sports watches, and especially for diving style watches, has increased significantly these past few years,” explains Walter von Känel, President of Longines. “We are delighted to introduce our new HydroConquest models with ceramic, as these watches will appeal to dynamic individuals looking for distinctive, contemporary timepieces.”   After making an appearance at the opening of the new Longines Boutique in Marina Bay Sands, Longines Ambassador of Elegance Aaron Kwok attended the HydroConquest event. The multi-talented artist shared his opinion of the new HydroConquest models. “As a watch lover, I really appreciate the bezel’s ceramic insert. These watches have a sporty silhouette and an elegant style, making them suitable for daily wear and appropriate for all occasions. The new HydroConquest models’ fresh look complements all attire”   Besides the current collection with an aluminum insert on the bezel, the new HydroConquest models’ ceramic insert is available in several colors to adorn the wrists of all water sports enthusiasts. These models come in blue, black or grey, with a dial that matches the bezel’s ceramic insert and rubber strap, while the metal version combines polished and brushed steel for a truly impressive finish. Available in two sizes (41 mm and 43 mm), these HydroConquest timepieces offer the choice of three hands and a calendar or a chronograph.

  • 02/22/2018


    Longines unveils the new Conquest V.H.P. advertising campaign

    On Thursday 15 February 2018, Japanese artistic gymnast and Longines Ambassador of Elegance Kohei Uchimura joined the Swiss watchmaking brand in its elegant Boutique in the district of Ginza in Tokyo for the launch of his new Conquest V.H.P. advertising campaign. On this occasion, Kohei Uchimura proudly signed the new campaign visual and was given the opportunity to discover the numerous brand’s collections on display in the boutique with Juan-Carlos Capelli, Longines Vice President and Head of International Marketing. Kohei also expressed how “hugely honored I am to be part of the Longines family, and I believe that the values close to my heart perfectly match with those dear to Longines.” Considered by many as the best gymnast of all time – a discipline in which Longines has been involved since 1912 – Kohei Uchimura is perfectly in line with Longines’ motto “Elegance is an Attitude”, it was therefore natural for the winged hourglass brand to welcome him in the Longines Family of Ambassadors of Elegance. On the same day, the Conquest V.H.P. was presented to a selected group of invited media at the Temporary Contemporary Gallery in Tsukishima, Tokyo. This model represents a new achievement in the field of quartz, combining great precision, high technicality and a sporty look, marked by the brand’s unique elegance.

  • 02/06/2018


    The 2017 Fashion Excellence Award goes to the Longines DolceVita

    Longines was awarded the title of „2017 Fashion Excellence” for its lady collection Longines DolceVita. This is the first award ever granted to Longines by Twój Styl (Your Style) – the leader in the market of upscale magazines for women in Poland. The official gala was held on Friday, Feb. 2 in Warsaw. Fashion Excellence trophies for the best products of the year were awarded by Twój Styl (Your Style)  for the 19th year running. The Jury including Polish fashion stars and celebrities decided to reward the Longines DolceVita collection  in the „Exclusive Watches” category. Fashion Excellence Award by Twój Styl (Your Style) is a precious award for brands which feature quality, prestige and admiration among the clients on the Polish market. The Longines DolceVita collection impressed the Jury with modern elegance and timeless style of women who have made charm a way of life.  

  • 02/28/2017


    The Longines Gran Premio Latinoamericano trophy is on display in the Longines Boutique in Santiago

    The trophy, which will be lift by the winner of the Longines Gran Premio Latinoamericano, is now showcased in the Longines Boutique in Santiago. The race will take place in Viña del Mar, Chile, on 5 March. This itinerant competition is organized by the Organización Latinoamericana de Fomento del Pura Sangre de Carrera (OSAF), every year in a different country of the subcontinent. In addition of being the Title Partner, Longines is proud to be the Official Timekeeper and Official Watch of this event, which is the most important international Group 1 horse race in Latin America. The same day, the Swiss watch brand will reward the most elegant lady and the most elegant man attending the races with the Longines Prize for Elegance.

  • 02/16/2017


    Longines’ history revisited throughout the whole year 2017

    Longines has been based at Saint-Imier in Switzerland since 1832. In its early days, the firm was run by Auguste Agassiz and was a “comptoir” or trading office like many others in the area. The watches were produced under the “établissage” system, whereby watchmakers worked at home. In 1867, Ernest Francillon, Agassiz’s nephew and successor decided to abandon this production method and he brought together the different stages that go toward making a watch under one roof. The Longines factory was born. From then on, the factory in Saint-Imier steadily developed and produced many horological creations that gained international recognition. In 1889, Francillon patented a trademark comprising the name Longines and its now famous winged hourglass. Longines also made a name of itself in sports timekeeping and designed timing equipment that gained the brand a worldwide reputation. Using its expertise, the brand established a network of advantageous links with the world of sport timekeeping which enabled it to offer its skilled services to various prestigious sports ever since. This year, Longines is celebrating its 185th anniversary. To celebrate this milestone, the Swiss watch brand will publish a new anecdote each day related to Longines’ rich history. From January 1st to December 31st, 365 short stories related to the history of Longines will be outveiled daily. From horological achievements to sports partnerships through day-to-day recollections, Longines invites you to find out more on this day at

  • 02/15/2017


    New Longines Watches Collection movie 2017

    This film highlights the culture of a long-lasting watchmaking industry. It features an avant-garde company, whose most innovative technologies, the research for elegance and performance, the watchmaking tradition are still untouched. Based in St-Imier since its creation, Longines has evolved to a state of the art production plant. A logistic system capable to supply the whole world. The movie retraces the different collections in relation with the 185 years of the brand which will be celebrated in 2017.

  • 02/10/2017


    New boutique opening in Macau

    Longines and DFS Group celebrated the opening of the new Longines Boutique at T Galleria by DFS, City of Dreams in Macau. The Longines Ambassador of Elegance Chi-Ling Lin and Walter Von Känel, President of Longines, together with DFS representatives inaugurated this new store, which spans more than 50 m2. The new Boutique is located in the newly expanded Watches and Jewelry Hall of the shopping mall. The grand opening also marked the launch of The Longines Master Collection DFS Special Edition. This watch displays a special dial with a pattern inspired by the unique architecture of Venice’s iconic landmark, The Doge’s Palace. The charming canal city is the home of the first DFS store in Europe.