Hong Kong-– Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Dubai is delighted to unveil its fifth spectacular Christmas Tree, designed by Vacheron Constantin. A blend of understated luxury and craftsmanship, this extraordinary masterpiece embodies Vacheron Constantin’s “Less’ential” philosophy, celebrating the values of simplicity and refinement with its sleek silhouette, clean lines, and mechanical virtuosity.
The city’s most desirable beachfront resort collaborated with Vacheron Constantin to design a bespoke tree, resplendent in gold and crafted from intricate threads capturing the iconic lines reminiscent of the Maison’s most legendary timepieces. Incorporating elements of the iconic Mandarin Oriental fan and the Vacheron Constantin Maltese Cross, this unique creation encapsulates the essence of both brands, embracing the principle that less is indeed more, while celebrating an unwavering devotion to meticulous detail.
Werner Anzinger, General Manager of Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Dubai, commented: “For the past five years our annual Christmas tree collaboration has become a symbol of refinement and creativity. This year, partnering with Vacheron Constantin, we’ve curated a masterpiece that marries the sophistication of timepieces with the festive spirit of the season. The tree is a celebration of the subtle details that define both brands— a fusion of precision and luxury.
Throughout the festive season, guests can also enjoy an exclusive Afternoon Tea experience inspired by Vacheron Constantin at Noor Lounge for AED 450 for two people. This features a delectable selection of festive delicacies and sweet treats inspired by the renowned craftsmanship of one of the world’s oldest watchmakers.
“Strengthening our longstanding relationship, we at Vacheron Constantin are proud to collaborate with Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Dubai, showcasing a harmonious union of craftsmanship and elegance. This collaboration embodies a shared ethos grounded in distinctive design, an unwavering commitment to meticulous attention to detail, and a dedication to excellence. Over the years, crafting highly bespoke experiences has been our hallmark, and unveiling this year’s festive season celebration, in addition to re-introducing the Vacheron Constantin Suite 1755, resonates with our mutual dedication to precision and artistry. Encapsulating the essence of the Maison’s ‘Less’ential’ yearly theme and by merging the iconic symbols of both brands, the tree serves as a reminder that true magnificence lies within delicate intricacies.” said Christophe Ramel, Managing Director of Vacheron Constantin Middle East, India and Africa.