A day in the life of Stefan Karlström involves coffee, photography and traveling — lots of traveling. His site, Trotter, is a finely curated selection of distant journeys and destinations, covering cities like London, Paris, New York and even Portland, Oregon. In coordination with his editor-in-chief Eva Tsang, the duo provides in-depth reviews of various aspects of each city; Stefan’s penchant for fine quality spots shows through in his photography, with gorgeous macro photographs that show off delectable desserts, breathtaking landscapes, carefully designed shops and sightseeing spots in a perspective most have never seen before. The site proves that the globetrotting connoisseur is up for anything, and is able to turn any locale, which may be mundane to locals, into an adventure of amazement and discovery.
The same can be said about the North Flag, a watch designed and engineered for the modern adventurer. Both the watch and Stefan carry with them a sense of personal pride in their work – Trotter’s photography and direction is one of inner creative expression while the North Flag is the first to utilize TUDOR’s in-house “manufacture” movement and officially certified as a chronometer by the COSC for scientifically accurate time-telling. Featuring a double bezel in steel and ceramic, sapphire crystal and waterproof up to 100m, the North Flag is enduring and reliable for those willing and daring enough to reach every corner of the world. Furthermore, its aesthetic is one of both refinement and casual effortlessness, available with either a stainless steel bracelet or a stylish black leather strap with yellow stitching. Find out more about this adventure-ready timepiece from TUDOR now.