Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Movado Watch LA Preview: Bold New Designs

Last week I was invited to preview the new Movado watch collections at the Beverly Hills Four Seasons. I am familiar with the classic Movado watch design, but haven't seen any of the other designs so I wasn't sure what to expect. I was pleasantly surprised with the modern and updated look for the new collections. These are not just your parent's watches anymore!

{My favorite watch of the day, with an alligator strap and blue sapphires...what's not to like?}

One of the first lines that caught my eye as I walked into the private event was the Bold collection. It is one of Movado's newer lines, which just launched last year. The collection is based on the famous Movado design but has the appeal of a modern, sporty wristwatch. It's one that would be easy to wear on a daily basis.

{Some of the color options from Movado's Bold Collection}

As I was viewing the other collections, some of the watches had genuine ostrich and alligator wristbands. Usually I lean towards bracelet wristbands, but I’ve broadened my options after seeing some of the Movado collections using exotic skins. I loved what I saw.

In addition to the Movado collections, there were Concord and ESQ watches to view as well. There was something for everyone in all the lines, from elegant and classic to modern and bold.


Anonymous said...

I'm not really into wearing skin of a dead animal so I'm don't really like this wrist-watch line, but I have to admit they all look really lux!

MySkinConcierge said...

Love your style here & also of course your color palette here! Thanks for stopping by here !

Everyday Kathy said...

Cool watches... makes me want to get my sweetie one! Nice blog! I'm following now.

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