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The Archive R2 Nite Jogger is the complement to the brand's sneakers of the same name.
This spring, Adidas brought back an old-school classic with a big-time twist. The Nite Jogger was originally released in 1980 and designed for, well...night jogging. The 2019 version takes that idea and expands it. The sneaker's reflective elements and pops of neon ...
 
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An all-white version of the original is now available.
Rolex is a universally desired brand, by watch fanatics, fledgling collectors, and people who know nothing about 'movements' alike. Take a glance at the new Yacht-Master 42, and it's easy to understand why. Unveiled at Baselworld 2019 (that's the big watch fair in ...
 
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As the dust settles from the recently concluded Baselworld 2019, we round up the watch brand’s latest mouthwatering releases along with those that deserve a place on every collector’s wish list.
Every year, in the month of March, the watch cognoscenti descends upon the city of Basel, Switzerland for the Olympics of the horological universe, a.k.a. Baselworld—and this time, Rolex wowed the crowd by unveiling its assortment of the newest Rolex watches for ...
 
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Our favorite watch has undergone a diet plan.
The 25th anniversary of A. Lange & Söhne's iconic Lange 1 model is no small affair, with the manufacture set to release 10 limited editions over the course of the year. And it's the third installment that has caught our eye the ...
 
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When it comes to selecting a timepiece, balance, proportion, and the way it looks and feels around your arm are key. Here are a few rules of thumb to get you started, plus a range of watch sizes to suit different wrists.
When watch shopping, it’s only natural to think about the important details—materials, color, purpose, and price range—but there is also another essential question you need to ask: What is the right watch size for my wrist?  The answer to that alone can already ...
 
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The new Grip line is a rare example of a 'gender neutral' design you'll actually want to wear
Three years on from Alessandro Michele's appointment as Gucci's creative director, the brand's transformation into a fantastical, risk-taking, seventies-tinged mega-brand is complete. Now, his vision has extended to the label's watch output, with Gucci premiering a unisex watch line at this year's ...
 
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As timeless as a classic should be
Modern cars are cool and all, don't get us wrong. But there's a certain appeal that comes with driving a classic nameplate. Maybe it's because of the nostalgic feelings they evoke, or their Instragam-worthy curves, or the admiration you get from fellow ...
 
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Our watch of the week once went to the moon. Now, it's going for gold
Omega is keen to talk about its astronomical achievements, and rightly so. The iconic Speedmaster graced the wrists of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin during a certain historic Apollo 11 mission, meaning the manufacturer landed the very first watch on the moon. ...
 
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Slim d'Hermès Titane is the luxury watch for everyday moments.
House Hermès knows it doesn't need to shout in order to drive (the right) people into its well-appointed shops filled with leather, silk, homeware, and accessories. Its audience is attracted to the very subtle way it translates the necessities of life into ...
 
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When the world’s most valuable company sets its sights on a product category, you can bet it will never be the same, just as Apple did to the smart watch with the introduction of the Apple Watch.
From the early rumors circulating about its development to its splashy introduction to the market and its current definitive dominance of its corner in the product category, the Apple Watch has taken over the horological world and forced even the haughtiest watch ...
 
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Built to last and meant to get even better with age, the stainless steel watch may be the only one you will ever need.
Whether you’re on the hunt for a hardworking tool watch or one that will look right at home at a business meeting, here are the men's stainless steel watches that will fit the bill.  If you’re in the market for an elegant and reliable go-anywhere, ...
 
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Eighties video game chic meets Notorious BIG in our watch of the week.
As part of the G-Shock's 35th anniversary celebration, Casio has unveiled its most expensive watch to date, the G-D5000-9JR, an 18-karat yellow gold piece valued at around £52,000 (about P3.5 million). In-line with the brand's 2015 Baselworld Dream Project GW-5000, another concept watch ...
 
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The celebrities weren't the only stars of the show.
The Oscars are a night for celebrities to turn it out, style wise. And turn it out they did at the 91st Academy Awards, taking the evening to a whole other level with everything from tuxedo gowns to custom Jordans. But for ...
 
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Humble, fun, and practical, a plastic watch could be the best style statement for the man who wants to go against the grain.
Like pairing beat-up sneakers with a sharp, tailored suit, pulling off a humble utilitarian plastic watch can be the ultimate contrarian move. It’s a signal to the world that you’re so secure in your status, you don’t even need to try (see: ...
 
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The "Mid Century" style is based on a watch from the '70s, but looks like something out of the '50s. Trippy.
Funny how things come back around. Because right now, in 2019, we're in a heyday of old-school style—at least when it comes to watches. After years of big-as-a-dinner-plate dials and (perhaps a little too) bold design choices, the horological world is embracing ...
 
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The Pilot Watch Mark XVIII features stripped-down good looks and a case made of an entirely new material.
Another intriguing Hodinkee watch collab hits the web this week, and it’s a good one: a limited-edition pilot's watch from IWC that combines the house's legendary propensity for robust and functional tool watches with cutting edge metallurgy. Pilot's Watch Mark XVIII 'Hodinkee' Edition ...
 
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Not all fine watches are produced in Switzerland, the watchmaking capital of the world. Here is a list of companies creating quality timepieces in other parts of the globe.
Switzerland, home and headquarters to many of horology’s most prestigious names, is widely recognized as the watchmaking capital of the world. At one point responsible for creating half of all watches worn around the globe, the Swiss watchmaking industry has been both ...
 
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Now all you have to do is choose your favorite.
Practically everyone is familiar with the classic Casio G-Shock watch, but not everyone knows its interesting origin story. The first G-Shock was the brainchild of Kikuo Ibe, a Casio engineer who began a quest to create a rugged timepiece after his watch ...
 
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And it's founded by a 26-year-old executive.
Italian entrepreneur Dario Spallone was learning about the global watch industry in Bocconi University of Milan when he decided to make a watch brand of his own. By 2014, D1 Milano was introduced in Italy’s capital, and now, the young watch brand is ...
 
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Highlights from the International Watch Fair in Geneva, including the Montblanc Heritage GMT and a marshmallow-inspired timepiece from Richard Mille.
Fresh from the International Watch Fair in Geneva, Esquire UK deputy-editor Johnny Davis runs us through the nine best timepieces of the year so far including watches from Piaget, IWC, and Montblanc.Skinny watches are Piaget’s calling card, performing particularly well for them, ...
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