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Cindy Crawford, Kaia Gerber and Omega, certain bonds are timeless

It was 1995 when Cindy Crawford she became part of the family Omega as an ambassador. She was the first to fill this role and even today, almost 30 years later, the bond with the Swiss watch house is stronger than ever.

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Not only because the top model continues to believe and at the same time be the spokesperson for the brand’s values, but also because in recent years she has been able to pass on to her daughter Kaia Gerber – entered the Omega family in 2017 – the same passion, almost as if it were a natural continuation of that very solid union with the brand.

Cindy Crawford and Kaia Gerber

And this is how the two, mother and daughter, become the representatives of two different generations of ambassadors, although united by the same spirit of elegance and style typical of the brand. What better opportunity, then, than to show it Planet Omega of New York, to see them together and celebrate this double bond with the brand. After the inauguration of the exhibition at Chelsea Factory from the Big Apple, Cindy Crawford and her daughter Kaia were in fact the last to arrive through the door of the exhibition and then took part in a round table, where they talked about their careers and their connection with OMEGA and time.

Kristina O’Neill, Cindy Crawford, Kaia GerberDavid X Prutting/BFA.com

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Open until November 19ththe exhibition is a real journey through the history of the brand, which unfolds along six thematic areas – Sports and Olympic and Paralympic Games, Space, Ocean, James Bond, Friends of OMEGA and Precision – which come to life thanks to a selection of the most legendary timepiece models, of yesterday and today.

Lucien Jornod, Kaia Gerber, Cindy Crawford, Arnaud MichonDavid X Prutting/BFA.com

Among these also the OMEGA wristwatch worn by Elvis Presley, and the OMEGA Slimline chosen by John F. Kennedy for his presidential inauguration in 1961.

The exhibition, held at the Chelsea Factory, 547 W 26th Street, will remain open to the public until November 19, from Monday to Sunday, from 11 am to 7 pm.

Source: Vanity Fair

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