13 stylish releases and new watches we’re obsessed with this week

The holiday season is fully upon us. As such, you are probably focusing on the few gifts you have guaranteed your close friends and family. Find them here (while they’re still on sale). Below is where you can keep up with what’s been going on in the world of watches and style this week – from the rare Jordan 1s to a stellar watch reissue – because you’ve probably missed at least a few versions. important. We’re all busy, I understand.

Nothing New Leather² luxury sneakers collection

Presented by Nothing New

Nothing New launched in the summer of 2019 with a mission to make eco-friendly sneakers that offer a high-end designer aesthetic. Nothing New products are made from, you guessed it, nothing new – but they look like high-end branded shoes that often cost two or three times the price. The Leather² Deluxe Sneaker collection is the perfect addition to your wardrobe. Made from Nothing New’s recycled premium Italian leather called Leather², these shoes look just as luxurious as a high-end designer leather sneaker. And with a recycled rubber and cork outsole and ventilated foam insole, these shoes are better for the world and for you. They are also available in your favorite color, as long as it is white, black or gray. As it should be.

Price: $ 160


Timor Heritage Field ATP Watch

We’re fans of Timor’s modern reissues of its namesake’s field watches made for soldiers in WWII. These were the famous Wrist, Watch, Waterproof (WWW) watches, but one known as ATP (“army trade pattern”) preceded them. The current company has now brought it back with a subtly refined bezel, cream dial and slightly classic 1930s design.

Price: $ 1,251


Blackstock and Weber for Instagram

On the occasion of the brand’s third anniversary, Blackstock & Weber’s Black Friday surprise is a moccasin that will be sold exclusively on Instagram. It drops at 12:00 p.m. EST, is priced at $ 345, and can only be redeemed at @blackstockandweber via the payment function in the Instagram app.

Price: $ 345


Oris Big Crown Pointer Date Caliber 403 watch

The Oris Caliber 400 series of movements introduced this year are manufactured in-house and feature all kinds of technically impressive features such as antimagnetic properties, accuracy rates above COSC and five days of power reserve. They are now finding their way into more timepieces, including the brand’s aviator’s watch, the Big Crown Pointer Date. The “403” variation of the movement has a small sub-dial for the seconds at 6 o’clock.

Price: $ 3,400


Taylor Stitch x Holubar Parka

Taylor Stitch called on Holubar for a heritage-inspired parka featuring heat-trapping technology. The latter brand was founded in Boulder, Colorado, but quickly grew across the state and then into the world. If you want some heat, these two promise.

Price: $ 898


Carpenter M23 Brooklyn Field Watch

New York-based watch company Carpenter presents a new take on its Brooklyn Field watch collection. It offers a simpler dial (and definitely less “field watch”) but adds a sporty touch with its orange second hand. Measuring 40mm and powered by a Miyota 821A automatic movement, it is available on blue, black or brown leather straps.

Price: $ 625


Gramicci x Nanga Boa Pull-On Pant

Made from recycled nylon, Gramicci and Nanga’s collaborative down pants promise extreme warmth in winter conditions. The collab collection also includes a matching jacket, if you want the full set.

Price: To be determined


Alpina Startimer Pilot Heritage Manufacture watch

This new watch from the Swiss brand Alpina has a unique look, but it’s what’s inside that makes it most noticeable: the brand’s internal movement offers a feature rarely, if ever, seen in Modern Watches: Instead of the rotor turning 360 degrees to wind the watch when you move your wrist, it only turns 320 degrees. You can watch it in action through the back of the case.

Price: $ 2,850


Haeckels tailor-made gifts

“This year, we wanted our Christmas gift sets to be consumer-resistant – on the one hand by offering them at more affordable prices, and on the other hand by making them to order,” Haeckels announced this week. Any order placed before the next holiday will be shipped in mushroom packaging that the brand only grows as needed.

Price: $ 60 +


Watch H. Moser & Cie. Heritage Bronze “Since 1828”

It has an impressive internal movement inside, the brand’s signature “smoky” dial and bronze case – and all of those things are cool – but it’s a simple detail that makes this pilot-style watch extra cool and Different: The brand’s logo is rendered in Cyrillic which can be found on some of the company’s vintage watches at the time of its founding.

Price: $ 19,700


Salomon RX Snow Moc 2

These slip-on sneakers from Salomon are built for the snow, proving that boots aren’t the only shoe that can conquer fluffy things.

Price: $ 135


Zenith Defy Double Tourbillon Saphir Watch

Zenith makes great everyday sports watches, but they also dabble in cutting edge technology and premium watchmaking. Such watches often appear in the brand’s Defy line, and a few more have joined its ranks with insanely complex movements in all-sapphire crystal cases – so you can see its double tourbillon and clockwork mechanism widely. skeletonized from almost every angle.

Price: $ 180,300


Une Ma Maniere x Air Jordan 1

A Ma Maniére and Jordan have once again joined forces for another sneaker collaboration. This time it’s a full Jordan 1 with accents on the swoosh, heel, and laces, a nod to His Airness aka Michael Jordan.

Price: $ 200


Parmigiani watches Tonda GT & Tondagraph GT LE

Parmigiani’s Tonda GT collection recently received a winning redesign, so it’s no surprise to see it expand and include limited editions. This one features cream and brown colored dials and is made in very limited quantities (5 for the chronograph seen here and 15 for the one-time model) for retailer Oliver Smith Jeweler in Arizona.

Price: $ 17,700- $ 23,200


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