Founded in 1755, Swiss watch brand Vacheron Constantin is a true OG that somehow hasn’t lost one iota of brilliance after all this time. When not setting or raising the bar, this brand was duly sustaining it, and its timepieces have graced the wrists of everyone from Napoleon to Harry Truman. Now owned by the Richemont group, Vacheron Constantin continues to soar past the competition on an annual basis. The 2012 Métiers d’Art ‘Les Univers Infinis’ collection and its interlocking shapes was a pure stroke of design genius. However that just an appetiser. In 2015 (the brand’s 260th anniversary), Vacheron Constantin released the Reference 57260, a 57-complication watch that took eight years and three watchmakers to create. Dubbed the world’s most complicated mechanical watch, Reference 57260 sold for somewhere between 8 million and 20 million dollars, making it one of the most expensive watch brands on the planet. It doesn’t get much more luxurious than that.