Bamford London Joins Forces With Thomas Pink for GMT Watch Collaboration
Only 30 pieces are made per colorway.
After releasing a limited-edition timepiece featuring Snoopy last December, Bamford London is back with its first watch collaboration of the year. The watchmaker has partnered up with fellow British label, Thomas Pink to craft a special-edition titanium GMT watch.
Luxury shirtmaker Thomas Pink is the first menswear brand of its kind to team up with Bamford London for a timepiece crossover. In spite of this, the conceptualization of this collaborative timepiece happened rather naturally, stemming from both companies’ shared values, as well as an appreciation for retro-modern aesthetics that feels quintessentially British. Speaking on the collaboration, Founder George Bamford explained that he’s a fan of what Thomas Pink does, especially when it comes to their practice of modernizing traditional shirts. “That approach to design fits perfectly with what we do with watchmaking, so this is a great collaboration,” says Bamford.
The limited-edition 40mm titanium GMT comes with a white or black dial, accompanied by interchangeable rubber or fabric straps. In terms of technicality, the piece runs on the Sellita SW330-2 automatic calibre, which powers the watch for up to 56 hours. Released as a 30-piece limited-edition per colorway, the Bamford London x Thomas Pink GMT is now available for the price of £1,700 GBP (approximately $2,012 USD) via Thomas Pink’s Jermyn Street store, and official website.
Jermyn Street – PINK Shirtmaker
106 Jermyn St, St. James’s
London, SW1Y 6EE
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