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Tokujin Yoshioka for Issey Miyake

This year’s two new additions to the Issey Miyake wath range are by two famous japanese designers. Tokujin Yoshioka and Naoto Fukasawa. Since there are no press images available, I’m only able to post Tokujin’s watch that builds on his current transparent style that dominates his work. The Water Bar The Swarovski store by Tokujin The Invisible (chair) related links Issey Miyake Watches

Fendi Crazy Carats

The Fendi Crazy Carats The Fendi Crazy Carats collection introduces a new revolutionary ladies timepiece -a rolling mechanism technology that changes the gemstones with a turn of the crown. related links Fendi

Reveal watches

Apology for the poor image but i liked Elle’s version of the reveal disc concept. This has been done before but last year’s Vue by Yves Behar has set off a trend with Elle and Axcent bringing out their own version. related links Elle Time WF: Yves Behar and the Disappearing Hour Axcent

Doxa Grafic Mistero

Doxa stepped up their game design-wise with their nice clean new Grafic Mistero, though the readers at Hodinee aren’t too happy about it. related links Doxa

Charriol Baselworld 2011

Charriol Chrono Celtica Charriol Celtic Charriol updates its line up with the Chrono Celtica and the forth generation Celtic at Baselworld 2011. related links Charriol


The elegant ladies Damiani Belle Epoque quartz watch from jewelry brand, Damiani. related links Damiani

Bedat & Co

Bedat & Co Ref 882.550.989 Bedat&Co Art Deco inspired ladies watch revealed at Baselworld 2011. related links Bedat & Co

The watch with the rotating carrousel

Fantasia is a luxury watch that has no less than 901 diamonds totalling 8.71 carats but what makes it interesting is the rotating carrousel. The watch is limited to 50 pieces. related links Peter Tanisman

A.B and Art’s new minimal chronograph OC 151 that was revealed at Baselworld 2011. For those who aren’t familiar with the brand, stands for authentic and basic art and all of their watches feature paired down design as an alternative to regular ostentatious luxury. related links