Similar to the first release, the two new designs no doubt draws equally from the art deco era, with its dials boasting bold colorblocking in either turquoise and black or mustard yellow and burgundy. The former comes in a 38mm brushed stainless steel case paired with a high-polished bezel, while the latter sits inside the same case but carries a gold-toned bezel and crown instead. Both editions feature applied bar indexes, lumed sword hands, a date indicator at 3 o’clock, as well as a trusty Timex quartz movement. Finishing off the two models are quick-release leather straps sourced directly from S.B. Foot Leather, in black for the turquoise variation and brown for the burgundy option, each coming with pristine white stitching.
For those interested, the two colorblocked Todd Snyder x Timex Milano timepieces are now available over on the fashion retailer’s website, going for $128 USD each.
Elsewhere in watches, Singer Reimagined has crafted three “time only” chronographs.