On October 19th 2010, Frederique Constant opened its first ever boutique in Hong Kong. Shu Qi – Frederique Constant Ambassasdor for Greater China – and Peter Stas – founder and CEO of Frederique Constant were attending the opening ceremonie.
Frederique Constant and Cohiba Cigars Launch Extraordinary Limited Edition Wristwatches at Club Macanudo in NYC
September 24, 2010—Frédérique Constant and Cohiba debuted their limited edition watch collection to leading members of the press, VIPs and cigar aficionados on Wednesday night at Club Macanudo in NYC.
More than 150 people savored Cohiba cigars while admiring the handcrafted Swiss wristwatches that will be available solely throughout authorized Frédérique Constant retailers in the United States and its territories.
SEPTEMBER 12TH, 2010
In the Gobi Desert the setting sun drops rapidly towards the far horizon, suddenly throwing long shadows across our camp site. It is 6.30 on Sunday evening, and just 30 cars have managed to find the patch of green some 20 kilometres away from Sainshand. We are pitching our tents yards away from the Mongol branch-line of the Trans-Siberia Express.
SEPTEMBER 11TH, 2010
David and Elizabeth Wenman in the mighty 14 litre La France pass a stricken Chinese lorry Read more…
The car park at the Shangri-La Hotel was filled with 100 rallycars receiving final adjustments today – for just a few, a case of packing a few things down, for most, a day to make final mechanical preparations, including some who needed fairly major surgery.
Sebastien Schneiter – Frederique Constant Junior Ambassador – at the Youth Olympic Game in Singapore
The Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games got off to a dazzling started on Saturday 14th August 2010, with the city’s skyline providing a magnificant backdrop to a rousing opening ceremony dedicated to the more than 3,500 athletes in attendance from all corners of the world.
The 27,000 people at Marina Bay were treated to a two-hour show that showcased Singapore’s rich history and celebrated the cultural diversity of the country’s indigenous people and the young Olympians, aged 14 to 18, who will compete in the Games’ 26 events.