October 26, 2017
Longines launches a new Conquest with moonphase display, reflecting the brand’s sportive elegance.
Launched in 1954, the Conquest collection is Longines’ ultimate sports line. Today, the brand is expanding this emblematic collection with new moonphase ladies’ models for its sporty female clients who nonetheless enjoy sophistication. True to the refined aesthetic of the Conquest line, these watches subtly combine performance and elegance.
The name of the Conquest collection evokes the spirit of conquest of those who have dared to push further to discover new horizons. It is in this spirit that Longines has created the Conquest models, the jewels of its sports line. Today, the brand is expanding its ladies’ models by offering a timepiece that combines dynamism and performance, with enhanced sophistication from the moonphase display.
The new Conquest is for those who love sports but will not compromise in elegance. With the sophisticated moonphase display, these models now offer a stylish and highly feminine flair to the collection’s sporty look. Capturing a delicate balance, these new pieces are perfect for wearing during a jumping competition, a tennis tournament or for a day out on the ski slopes, but they will also bring a touch of elegance to a cocktail party or gala dinner.
Available in two sizes (29.5 mm and 34 mm), these Conquest watches house a quartz L296 calibre in their steel case. The white matt, lacquered black or sunray silver dial displays feature Arabic numerals and hour markers, and the mother-of-pearl dial is enhanced with diamond indexes. All of the models are topped off with moonphase display at the 6 o’clock position. These elegant timepieces feature a stainless steel bracelet.