One of the elites in the watchmaking history since the 19th century, Jaeger-LeCoultre celebrates is 180th anniversary of continuous growth in the global watchmaking industry this year. Malaysia headlines the celebration this year with a photography contest called Picture Perfect for all professional photographers in the country.

Explore your creativity with Jaegar-LeCoultre by interpreting the brand and its history through your camera lens. To partake, take a picture and send it to Jaegar-LeCoultre with a description of how the story of the photograph relates to the brand. The 1833 logo of Jaegar-LeCoultre and the brand name must be incorporated on each photograph.



The participation rules and competition form are available online while the hardcopy is available at the Jaeger-LeCoultre authorized retailers in Malaysia — Jaeger-LeCoultre Boutique, Starhill Gallery, Cortina Watch, KLCC, Cortina Watch, One Borneo Kota Kinabalu, Sincere Fine Watches, KLCC, Sincere, The Gardens, Mid Valley City and Swiss Watch Gallery Pavillion, Kuala Lumpur.

Contestants stand the chance to win the Reverso Classique, one of the most primed watches in the world as it is created with a dial to protect itself during polo matches. The grand prize winner will also win a spa package at the Pamper Floor and a dining voucher for two at Shooks in Starhill Gallery worth MYR500 each. Three runners-up will win a mini iPad, one spa package worth at Starhill gallery and a lunch voucher for two at Shooks worth MYR300 each.

Details of The “Picture Perfect” Photography Contest can be found on Jaegar-LeCoultre website and the contest runs from now until October 30th, 2013 and is open to professional photographers residing in Malaysia, aged 21 years and above.


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