Shortly after Tudor’s announcement of its renewed partnership with the French Navy, the European country’s very own watchmaker Yema has also unveiled its new collaborative collection with the Marine Nationale.
The collection — named the Navygraf — spans across four models, with three men’s options and one for women. The former carries a 1,000-piece limited-edition four-handed GMT, a three-handed automatic, and a quartz variant of it, while the women’s model is also equipped with a quartz movement. All have been designed with the help of French Navy personnel, carrying the iconic blue tone of the Marine Nationale, along with its elegant anchor logo down by 6 o’clock in a pristine, contrasting white. Other nods to the seafaring branch of the military include a decorated crown, a specially themed travel box, and a blue parachute strap to accompany the timepieces.
For those interested, Yema’s new collaborative collection with the Marine Nationale is now available for pre-order over on the French watchmaker’s website.
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