Swiss watchmaker Longines blends history and imagination in the design of this watch, influenced by army aesthetics. Giving a fresh cast to the lines of a dial used regularly in the brand’s early 20th century timepieces, the Longines Heritage Military displays elegant restraint that is resolutely modern. The 12 large Arabic numerals adorning the matt black dial make it easy to tell the time at a glance.
The Longines Heritage 1969 draws its inspiration from a timepiece created in the late 1960s. This model’s reissue now enriches the Longines Heritage collection. With its cushion-shaped steel case and its brushed silvery dial, this unusual watch echoes the essence of the original model. Rose-coloured hands and indexes give it an additional touch of elegance.
To mark the 10th edition of Roland Garros since the beginning of Longines’ partnership with the FFT, the Swiss watchmaking brand Longines is honouring tennis fans by launching a Conquest Roland Garros ladies model, specially designed to celebrate the prestigious clay court Paris tournament. This new chronograph is sure to delight sportswomen who seek to wear a timepiece that combines dynamism and performance without compromising elegance, like Longines Ambassador of Elegance Stefanie Graf, six-time winner of the French Open, who enthusiastically supported the development of the watch.
Since its inception, the Longines DolceVita collection has illustrated the contemporary elegance of the Longines watchmaking brand worldwide. Inspired by the “Dolce Vita”, it is an homage to the sweetness of life. Today, Longines introduces new models blending rose gold and steel that enrich the collection. The timeless glamour of these variations will not fail to impress women who have made charm a way of life.
La Grande Classique de Longines embodies the long-standing aesthetic tradition of the brand with the winged hourglass. The classic elegance of its very slim profile imparts upon it the status of a timeless collection. Today, Longines is offering new fineries to this emblematic line and enriching it with new colours.
As a token of its long-running passion for equestrian sports and its commitment to its lady customers, Longines expands The Longines Equestrian Collection with the creation of new models inspired by the rectangular buckle on the show bridle of the only Swiss horse breed, the Franches-Montagnes. While remaining true to the elegance that characterizes the winged hourglass brand, these models have been created as an allegory to the equestrian world.
With its long involvement in and passion for equestrian sports, the Swiss watchmaking brand presents The Longines Equestrian Pocket Watch Jockey 1878, an 18 carat rose gold pocket watch that is the replica of a model fitted with the first chronograph created by Longines. Produced in a very limited 20-piece numbered series, each timepiece is adorned on the back with an engraving of a jockey and his mount.
Longines’ long history has seen the creation of many legendary models worn throughout the ages. The brand likes to use them as inspiration on a regular basis to enrich its Heritage line. Today, it presents a honey-coloured model dating from 1918 for both women and men, whose period design and refinement will thrill lovers of the brand.
The Swiss watchmaking brand Longines again draws inspiration from its multi-faceted heritage and emphasizes its long tradition as a designer of railroad watches. Inspired by a timepiece from the 1960s, The Longines RailRoad mirrors the sober and characteristic aesthetic of this model, as well as its technical characteristics.