Driven by a desire to create, Australian watch brand AÃRK Collective believes in good design, long lasting products and connecting with like-minded individuals.
Louis Vuitton claims the title of official timer for the 34th America’s Cup and to celebrate the company’s role LV has created this exquisite line of watches.
Watch lovers and collectors: online retailer SSense has made available several pieces from Black Limited Edition, a series of vintage stainless steel Rolexes turned into collector’s items.
Aark Collective is an awesome new range of minimalist analog watches.
One of the most classic men’s watches, The Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso was first seen on Bruce Wayne seventeen years ago (played by Val Kilmer) and in this weekend’s blockbuster finale to Christopher Nolan’s “Dark Knight” trilogy, Bruce Wayne (now played by Christian Bale) also wears
It’s not the first time we reviewed the Bamford custom Rolex, but this time it’s a collaboration with artist Dr Romanelli (his 2nd with Rolex & Bamford), a military vs navy themed collection featuring Popeye on the Yachtmaster ($32,390 and Sold Out already) and
Its been on my writing list for a while now, and they even came up with 2 new models since I first wanted to feature them. British brand Project X Designs is a London-based Rolex ‘customizer’ launched by Daniel Bourn out of a desire to “provide a service to clients who appreciate the history and…
You might know by now that we at Trendland, are avid followers of timepiece trends, and when a brand like Invicta comes up with a model like the Subaqua Noma IV in a limited edition offering, and at an affordable price (especially when compared to its luxury market competition) we are bound to notice the…
By now you probably know that we Love photography, and especially Still Life photography and we do love watches as well. So when we find a photographer who shot still life and watches, you understand well that we definitely have to review it ! And that’s the case of American photographer Mitchell Feinberg who has…
I really like this watch editorial photographed by Charles Helleu for Intersection magazine – All the backdrops used for the shoot are pieces you will find in motor sports, keeping perfectly in the theme of Intersection which is a magazine related to fashion & cars. Be sure to check the magazine you should find it in specialized Fashion Newstands.
To celebrate Rolex’s 100th birthday, the Swiss watch company is releasing a lavish update to its most classic timepiece called (drum roll) the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day-Date II. Priced around $20K, it features a bigger dial (41mm versus the 38mm the old Day-Date had) and a choice of 18K gold or platinum with matching Super-President bracelet.
English ready-to-wear brand Bamford & Sons is now offering the luxury of customizing your very own Rolex starting at $8,110. You can choose to have black or silver chain link, 6 different colors of Dial, Sign your own name in the front and engrave in the back – A pretty cool idea for Christmas…If you can afford it.
Breaking the monotony of the G-Shock revolution in the US, Toy Watch is making a hit with these florescent time pieces. These Italian range watches, ironically dubbed the “Toy Watch” has many more collections within the family name but the FLUO and NEWSTYLE lines look mighty fine. See the entire line here.
A half-way house between a digital watch and those crazy do-it-all multimedia watches, the digital photo frame watch may actually appeal to more people. The built-in memory can store 60 photos and it can…