Grand Seiko opens its new Boutique in Place Vendôme, Paris

The first Grand Seiko Boutique in continental Europe and the largest Grand Seiko Boutique in the world is now open at 7, Place Vendôme in Paris.The new boutique offers the widest and latest Grand Seiko collection outside Japan, including creations that are exclusive to the boutique.The interior has been designed by the celebrated Japanese architect Kengo Kuma; it opens a fascinating window into traditional Japanese culture, with its Sumushiko bamboo screen, its Tatami floors and Washi wallpaper. This way, visitors will experience the Japanese aesthetics expressed through the theme “The Nature of Time”.On the occasion of the opening, Grand Seiko created two exclusive models limited to 10 pieces each and reserved for this new Parisien showcase. Both models are housed in 39 mm cases and powered by the hand-wound movement 9S63, offering a small seconds hand at the 9 o’clock position and a power reserve indicator at 3 o’clock. The blue-green colour of the small seconds hand is a tribute to the Vendôme column while the cobblestone pattern of the dial wants to be a tribute to Paris.The Grand Seiko Boutique Paris Vendôme Limited Edition in platinum (ref. SBGK011G) has a price of Euro 38,000 while the Grand Seiko Boutique Paris Vendôme Limited Edition in pink gold (ref. SBGK013G) retails at Euro 28,000. grand-seiko.com

Grand Seiko opens its new Boutique in Place Vendôme, Paris
The first Grand Seiko Boutique in continental Europe and the largest Grand Seiko Boutique in the world is now open at 7, Place Vendôme in Paris.


The new boutique offers the widest and latest Grand Seiko collection outside Japan, including creations that are exclusive to the boutique.


The interior has been designed by the celebrated Japanese architect Kengo Kuma; it opens a fascinating window into traditional Japanese culture, with its Sumushiko bamboo screen, its Tatami floors and Washi wallpaper. This way, visitors will experience the Japanese aesthetics expressed through the theme “The Nature of Time”.


On the occasion of the opening, Grand Seiko created two exclusive models limited to 10 pieces each and reserved for this new Parisien showcase. Both models are housed in 39 mm cases and powered by the hand-wound movement 9S63, offering a small seconds hand at the 9 o’clock position and a power reserve indicator at 3 o’clock. The blue-green colour of the small seconds hand is a tribute to the Vendôme column while the cobblestone pattern of the dial wants to be a tribute to Paris.


The Grand Seiko Boutique Paris Vendôme Limited Edition in platinum (ref. SBGK011G) has a price of Euro 38,000 while the Grand Seiko Boutique Paris Vendôme Limited Edition in pink gold (ref. SBGK013G) retails at Euro 28,000. grand-seiko.com


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