Swedish watch brand Triwa has teamed up with East London-based artist Hattie Stewart to create a pair of Lomin watches for its AW13 collection.
Triwa is an acronym for transforming the industry of watches, and is growing on the back of a celebrity fan base and modern marketing.
“Our goal is to promote the ethos of attitude and individuality in the traditional world of watches and accessories. We are deadly serious about being playful and unpretentious and we don’t mind being provocative in a creative, uplifting way. Each piece that leaves Stockholm is created with the commitment to bring you products that reflects individual style and personality. It always makes us happy to see stylish, smart and colourful people wearing our products,” the company states.
Hattie Stewart draws inspiration for her art from the world of film, fashion and music. Her drawings are described as deliberate and self-conscious, and her trademark doodles, which feature on the Lomin watch faces, are beloved of the fashion press.
Triwa watches sell in The Watch Hut, Twisted Time and other fashion-focused retailers. Prices typically range from £100-200.