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They, whoever they are, say denim on denim is somewhat of a risky fashion choice.
YEMA has had nothing short of an extraordinary year so far and has outdone itself again with its latest release.
Nordgreen’s take on a chronograph, the Denmark-based brand has certainly hit the spot.
Sunny Fong’s background in fashion really shines through when having the seven-row single link stainless steel bracelet strapped to your wrist.
Born in 1948, YEMA has been partnered with the French Air Force since the 1970s.
In bringing back this exciting dive watch at what many would consider an attractive price point for what is a stunning piece, the Swiss-based brand looks set to make waves with the comeback.
Based in Germany, Alexander Shorokhoff looks to polarize opinion with it's avantgarde "Art on the Wrist" style and does exactly that.
In referencing the different levels of the dial, this is where the limited edition piece gets its name but is certainly not where the brilliance of the watch ends.
The global pandemic has brought personal fitness to the top of the agenda for most people, and devices to support that have flown off the shelves - a trend Huawei and Porsche Design will be hoping to tap into.
Winwatch is the first company to seal a payment chip (EMV) and antenna within a glass watch face, the kind of technology jump users may expect from a Q-made James Bond watch.
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