Issey Miyake & Tokujin Yoshioka's New Watch Is a Glass Sculpture on Your Wrist

Silver and black dial options.

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For the 16th edition of its ongoing watch project, Issey Miyake teamed up with the Tokyo-based designer, Tokujin Yoshioka. The sleek collaborative item is made up of 39mm solid glass encased in stainless steel and the unisex watch also arrives in silver or black dial options. To add a more minimalist appeal, the duo also equipped the accessory with a markerless face.

Take a look at the watch above and expect an official release at Issey Miyake’s online watch store and select retailers this November 10. In related news, Yoshioka recently joined forces with French champagne brand Dom Pérignon on a crystal art piece, titled “Prism.”

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