Christian Selmoni, Vacheron Constantin’s Artistic Director, has watchmaking in his blood. He’s the fourth generation of a family of watchmakers hailing from the Vallée de Joux, although when he first joined Vacheron Constantin in 1992, it was as Purchasing, Planning, and Manufacturing Director. He assumed a more direct creative role in 2001, as Product Director, and became Artistic Director in 2010. Along the way, Selmoni guided many of Vacheron’s most critical creative initiatives, including the designing of watches based on the collection of masks in Geneva’s Barbier-Mueller Museum, and of course, the development of the supercomplication Reference 57260.