Swatch X Omega – Bioceramic MoonSwatch Pop-Up Store

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Bioceramic MoonSwatch is a Swatch collaboration with Swiss luxury watch manufacturer Omega to pay homage to the OMEGA Speedmaster Moonwatch, the first watch to land on the moon.

To celebrate the cutting-edge Bioceramic MoonSwatch collection, Swatch launched Hong Kong’s first-ever bioceramic pop-up store at K11 Musea, Tsim Sha Tsui.

The stunning pop-up store decorated with vibrant shades showcased 11 colourful Swatch models named after different planets and other models so shoppers can explore unique and innovative timepieces.

Photo shot at K11 Musea, Tsim Sha Tsui

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We gather the latest Visual Merchandising news and share our thoughts about the VM industry. These are exciting display examples

We gather the latest Visual Merchandising news and share our thoughts about the VM industry. These are exciting display examples

We gather the latest Visual Merchandising news and share our thoughts about the VM industry. These are exciting display examples

We gather the latest Visual Merchandising news and share our thoughts about the VM industry. These are exciting display examples

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