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If you love teal, this is your week. Color (and similar hues) has been a phenomenon in watches ever since the Patek Philippe Nautilus with a Tiffany blue dial blew up the internet. This week, it’s echoed in watches like a luminescent Bell & Ross but also a crewneck sweatshirt from Taylor Stitch and a cardigan from American Trench. If you don’t like teal, no problem: we have lots of other cool stuff from the world of watches and style, including (but not limited to) a stylish Seiko collaboration, graphic tees and more.
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Watch Atelier Wen Perception
The second watch from the young brand Atelier Wen has a ton of history. Founded by French people living in China, the brand aims to rehabilitate the “made in China” label with obvious quality. Designed from the outset according to the principles established by luxury sports watches like the Royal Oak, among many notable features, one in particular stands out: its dial is real guilloche (simply not found at this price). It is produced by the only Chinese master craftsman, who makes a dial in eight hours from his workshop – in “a real cave”.
Price: $2,588 (sold out)
Taylor Stitch The Filmore Crew Neck
New for this season, the Filmore crew neck from Taylor Stitch comes in multiple colors and is made from 100% French terry cotton. It looks true to the vintage styles of the 50s and 60s, with obvious improvements in comfort. It’s dyed and garment washed for a faded look and super soft feel.
Sherpa OPS and Ultradive watches
Although based on the Enicar Sherpa watch of the 1960s-70s, the new Sherpa brand is not connected to Enicar. It debuts with aesthetics and names borrowed from two similar supercharger-style watches: the OPS with a black coating and the Ultradive with a bare steel case. Both measure 40mm and are powered by Swiss automatic movements.
Launched exclusively with Bodega, Keds’ classic Renaissance sneaker returns. Unfortunately for men with size 9 or larger feet, these are women’s shoes and will only work up to a women’s 11, which is a men’s 9. For those who can get in, though, it’s worth it.
I will never consider that there will never be good summer pants again. Look at Tombolo’s Easy-Going Pants, exquisite pinstripe pants in organic cotton.
Formex Essence Leggera Fourtyone Watch
The Formex Essence Leggera is a pretty badass watch offering a carbon case and chronometer certification for under $2,000. But we like it even better with a new case size down two millimeters to 41mm.
The Buster Mother Denim T-shirt
Mother Denim doesn’t just specialize in jeans. The brand also makes a bunch of graphic tees. This one, dubbed The Buster, is a broken-in, vintage-looking option with a dusty design and sun-washed shoulders.
Bell & Ross BR V2-92 Full Light watch
This unearthly green is not a Tiffany dial. No, it’s just what you probably guessed: a luminescent material. Although in daylight the dial will appear pale green and the indexes yellow, a neat trick is that in the dark they will glow different colors of blue and green respectively.
This bold hoodie arrived in Brain Dead’s Spring/Summer 2022 collection, which was released this week. It’s a departure from the brand’s usual aesthetic – fuzzy, fringe, futuristic – but it’s clearly still that (see: the logo).
Lorier x Worn & Wound Hydra II Watch
American Trench Shaker knit cardigan
The time for cardigans extends far beyond the end of the standard sweater season. This is because the style opens up, letting air in and your layer underneath shines through. The new one from American Trench is a solid entry point, with its draped fit and bold colors.
Bravur x EF Chronograph Watch Education-EasyPost
In a series of cycling-inspired chronograph watches from Swedish brand Bravur, the latest is a collaboration with pro cycling team EF Education-EasyPost. It has an ideal 38.2mm case and a colorful approach, but here based on the teams livery.
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