Les Ambassadeurs was the cause of much talk during the 1970s, mostly because of the striking, avant-garde architecture of the Omega building in Zurich. Here, women and men of the world were able to choose from watches and jewellery as well as unusual accessories and exclusive clothes. Ladies came to purchase upmarket collections by Venetian creator Roberta di Camerino, and men the elegant British Dunhill line. For large-scale fashion shows aimed at hand-picked clients, the director of the fashion boutique Beatrice Dreher presented superb Italian Haute Couture. At the end of the 1980s, Les Ambassadeurs closed its Zurich fashion section in order to focus on watches and jewellery.
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