Four reasons why black is just perfect.
Four reasons why black is back.
BLAST FROM THE PAST
Featuring an analog date and a seconds sub-dial, the Ref6006G by Patek Philippe was created as a tribute to the 40th anniversary of the Calibre 240, a highly precise self-winging movement with a rate tolerance between -3 and +2 seconds per day that was used to power the ultra-thin and highly coveted CalatravaRef5000. In this latest iteration, the Ref6006G presents elegant hollowed whitelacquered baton hands for the hours and minutes, which gracefully sweep across plain Arabic numerals, while an additional hand tipped with a redlacquered arrow indicates the current date. The watch is presented with an enlarged case, paired with a dial in silver or ebony, featuring interesting textures and contrasts that serve to enhance the legibility of the timepiece.
“I SOMETIMES HAVE A TENDENCY TO WALK ON THE DARK SIDE.” JK ROWLING
When it comes to effortless style, no one does it better than Salvatore
Ferragamo. The latest addition to the Italian luxury brand’s Spring/Summer collection presents a sophisticated
PlainToeDerby shoe with modern details that will make strutting in the urban jungle a delightful endeavour. Constructed with a superior fit and unparalleled arch support, additional features of these classic kicks include three eyelets and a sturdy leather sole.
Designed with both function and attitude in mind, the AlphaBravo collection from TUMI offers a trio of luggage options in timeless black with contrasting gunmetal details. Major design updates of this sleek collection include an integrated logo plaque, sumptuous leather detailing on the front exterior, updated zippers and pulls, and an appealing webbing design element that remains a key functionality in this collection. This limited edition series comes in various constructions, including durable ballistic nylon, anthracite polyester and classic leather.
For serious collectors with a fondness for the avant garde, MB&F presents a new horological machine designed with the world’s first-ever projected moonphase display. Created in collaboration with Stepan Sarpaneva, the MoonMachine2 is derived from the same mechanism and case found in the
HM8 by MB&F. Housed inside this curvaceous yet angular case is a non-magnifying prism that allows both the time and moon phase to be displayed vertically, while fans of Sarpaneva’s work will immediately recognise the watchmaker’s distinctive moon face displayed on the moon disc and brushed titanium rotor. The MoonMachine2 is available in three limited edition variants: a titanium case with white gold moon faces; a black titanium case with white gold moon faces; and a red gold and titanium case with red gold moon faces.