To produce his stunning wrist watches, Issey Miyake collaborates with industrial and product designers who share his love for clean lines, subtle elegance, and nature-inspired motifs. Miyake’s Twelve, a sleek design conceptualized by Naoto Fukasawa, forgoes numbers and other markings in favor of a 12-angled watch-face frame that indicates the hour. With three mini-dials embedded in the display, Fukasawa’s Trapezoid style is somewhat busier than the Twelve, yet keeps things relatively straightforward with easy-to-read minute markings and a plain black-and-white or bright salmon. The To, designed by Tokujin Yokiosha, tells time using three shifting concentric rings; his O style captures “the shape of water” with a clear band and an off-center watch face that appears as though it is floating in a clear puddle. With these and other designs, Miyake’s avant-garde timepiece collection — like his shoes, bags, perfumes, and clothing — represents the perfect balance of functionality and artistry.
Orange is the new black... Haven't you heard? To celebrate the fact, this sale features a slew of stylish watches in the color of the season — from quirky analogs by Simplify to sophisticated, exposed-movement versions by Stuhrling.
Get the downtown look with apparel, footwear, accessories, and more with an urban edge.
Whether you’re looking for a timepiece fit for a formal event or just need something for daily wear, you’ll find the right one in this smart selection of watches from Giorgio Fedon 1919.
Sure, your cell phone has a clock on it. But do you really want to be the guy who pulls out a Blackberry when someone asks for the time? Didn’t think so. Get your watch game in order with this massive selection of sporty divers, casual models, and more — all priced at $100 or less.