Todd Snyder and Timex Reunite for an Art Deco Vintage Timepiece

Paired with a premium Red Wing leather strap.

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Continuing on their longstanding partnership, New York designer Todd Snyder has once again reunited with American watchmaker Timex for yet another vintage-inspired timepiece, drawn from the era of art deco.

Paying tribute to what the designer says is “one of the most elegant eras in design,” the timepiece also carries a modern vibe with it, making it perfect for “The New Casual.” A curvaceous brushed stainless steel case is paired intricately with a high-polished bezel and mineral glass crystal, which protects the retro dial carrying lumed sword hands, red baton indices, and a white seconds track running around the outer edge. Powering the watch is a trusty Timex quartz movement, and completing the look is a genuine Red Wing leather strap with delicate white stitching.

“I saw the inspiration for this when I was meeting with Timex’s Milan-based design director Giorgio Galli,” explained Snyder. “And we were working on ideas for a watch with retro elements that would resonate with the vintage details in our fall collection including retro sweater polos, boldly patterned cardigans, and boucle wool topcoats.”

The Todd Snyder x Timex Art Deco Milano XL is now available over on the designer’s online store, retailing for $128 USD. Head over to grab yours.

Elsewhere in watches, Patek Philippe has launched a 37.5mm Calatrava Pilot Travel Time.

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