Time stands still as Franck Muller wows at DFS T Galleria Macau exhibition

By Luke Barras-hill |

The ‘Time To Go Crazy’ exhibition at T Galleria by DFS, Macau, Shoppes at Four Seasons is open through 31 May.

Swiss luxury watch manufacturer Franck Muller is displaying two of its latest Asia exclusive timepieces at the ‘Time To Go Crazy’ exhibition at T Galleria by DFS, Macau, Shoppes at Four Seasons.

Visitors to the exhibition, running through 31 May, will encounter the pieces as part of the brand’s ‘Crazy Hours’ complication collection.

They can also peruse the Crazy Hours II and Vanguard Crazy Hours timepieces, which both display the collection’s familiar non-sequential numerals around the dials.

Every 60 minutes, the hour hand skips to the next correct numeral while the minute hand revolves around the dial in an abstract expression of time and complex craftsmanship.


Meanwhile, standout ‘selfie stations’ clad in the same colour palette as the collection accompany animated props inspired by the classic Franck Muller Arabic numerals.

The props are located at either end of the exhibition to allow visitors to capture their favourite Crazy Hours moment.

Customers will receive a complimentary Franck Muller-branded luggage, watch box or travel gift set with any watch purchase.

Johan Pretorius, Managing Director Macau, DFS Group said: “We are pleased to partner with Franck Muller to curate yet another exquisite watch exhibition for our discerning shoppers here in Macau.

“Featuring an assortment of the brand’s classic timepieces as well as the newest Asia Exclusives, the ‘Time To Go Crazy’ exhibition is sure to appeal to every watch aficionado looking to add to their collection.”

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