Manufacture Jaeger-LeCoultre hosts actress Sarah Gadon, a friend of the brand

Actress Sarah Gadon visited Manufacture Jaeger-LeCoultre in Switzerland to discover the latest ladies’ timepieces presented to her at “the Maison d’Antoine”, a private venue within the heart of the Manufacture, in the XIXth century building. This unique space is bathed in the same natural light of the Vallée de Joux that is renowned as being so precious for watchmakers. The space has been designed as a meeting place for friends of the brand and devotees of Fine Watchmaking.

During her day with Jaeger-LeCoultre, Sarah Gadon discovered a few of the 180 skills involved in developing and producing the most prestigious timepieces. The artisans of the Manufacture display a wealth of imagination in creating exclusive designs, such as the ladies’ Rendez-Vous watches.

Sarah is wearing the Rendez-Vous Night & Day watch on a steel bracelet embellished with the finest hand crafted finishes. The 1930s-inspired hour numerals create a subtle link between the brand’s longstanding expertise and its perpetually renewed creativity. Backstage beats the unfailingly regular mechanical automatic movement, of which the oscillating weight and the exceptional finishes may be admired through the sapphire crystal case-back. During her visit to the Vallee de Joux Sarah said : ‘I am humbled and inspired by the work and the people under this roof. I now truly understand the complexity involved in creating these incredible watches. Thank you for sharing your work and your passion with me.‘

About Sarah Gadon
At the age of 7 Sarah Gadon first appeared on stage as a lamb in the National Ballet School of Canada’s production of 'The Nutcracker'. Since then she has worked consistently in television and film. Her passion for film has led her to pursue a degree in Cinema Studies at the University of Toronto where she is learning as much as she can about the art of cinema and storytelling. She has worked with great directors like David Cronenberg who cast her as Emma Jung in A Dangerous Method, which premiered at the 2011 Venice International Film Festival. Since then, Sarah has followed up with roles in Mr. Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis (2012) and Maps to The Stars (2014). In 2011, Sarah was officially named one of TIFF's Rising Stars and since then the actress has been working consistently in both Canada and abroad. This upcoming year will see the release of four films that feature Sarah: Denis Villeneuve’s Enemy, Amma Asante’s Belle, Marc Web’s The Amazing Spiderman 2 and Gary Shore’s Dracula Untold.