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Nixon and the Rolling Stones have teamed up for a two-part limited capsule collection of watches, watch straps and other accessories celebrating the rock band’s 60th anniversary. The first part of the collection dropped on Tuesday (August 30); the second edition is coming later this year.
The pieces in the collection, produced in partnership with Bravado, retail for between $175 and $1,600 and feature gold, silver, red and neon designs, all of which include the Stones’ iconic tongue logo. Watch straps in the collection sell for $40 and $50.
Nixon’s new collaboration is the latest in a long history of partnerships with iconic musical talent including the Grateful Dead, Metallica, Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Ozzy Osbourne, Pete Townshend, Tom Waits and Ringo Starr.
Shop the Nixon x the Rolling Stones collection below.
Rolling Stones Watch
Bright yellow case artwork pays homage to the Stones Voodoo parlor album. The designs are offset by a black performance band with Nixon and Rolling Stones iconography. Constructed from Nixon’s Other People’s plastic material made from ocean plastic, the watch features an ultra-thin profile, customizable display, performance-focused strap, and digital coinflip function for the undecided.
Rolling Stones Time Teller Watch
A simple yet sophisticated design, this Rolling Stones Time Teller is a nostalgic nod to the youthful heyday of rock and roll legends, and the 10 ATM/100m water rating means you won’t don’t have to worry about getting it wet. Designed in a vibrant red, this sleek watch features a sharp twist on the classic Stones logo. This watch is also available in gold.
Rolling Stones 51-30 Watch
The Nixon 51-30 gets its name from the face size (51mm) and water rating (30 ATM). According to the description, the neon tongue logo and rock ‘n’ roll sub-dial “reminiscent of the Stones’ early London club gigs”. The crown and pushers are located on the 9 o’clock side of the watch instead of the 3 o’clock to “prevent wrist biting during active use”.
Primary Rolling Stones
Embodying the rock and roll aesthetic, but toned down for the tastefully distinguished professional, this unique watch features a woven tongue, bluesy date window, anti-reflective sapphire crystal, scratch resistant coating and a water rating of 10 ATM / 100 m. The Rolling Stones Primacy is an extremely limited release as only 250 watches were made.