The Hamilton Intra-Matic is a return to another time of watch making. This unmistakably mid-century style piece has the appeal of a vintage watch, with the components and dependability of a cutting edge mechanical. The look is completely straightforward with a nitty gritty case, a domed silver dial, dark hour marker, dark moment and hour hands, no seconds and a date window at 6. It includes an ETA 2892-2 programmed development and an enormous domed sapphire precious stone. It’s negligible, however overflows style. The Intra-Matic is accessible in numerous shading ways and two sizes; a 42mm for the individuals who need a more contemporary feel and a 38mm for those devoted to the vintage look…all run in the $800 – $1000 territory. Of the shading ways, the one that stands apart as feeling the most like a relic of the past is the gold case version.
We don’t talk about gold watches regularly on w&w for a couple of reasons, yet the most relevant is that there aren’t numerous accessible in the moderate reach with a tasteful that addresses us. The blend of the gold case to the domed silver dial, to the dark hands and calfskin lash, make the Intra-Matic basically cool looking. The gold, which does characteristically make the watch dressier, doesn’t come off as particular or vainglorious, yet rather cool and very nearly somewhat trying. Thus, for this version of Pairs Well With we set up an outfit that played off of the mid-century stylish of the Intra-Matic by directing a touch of the immortal style of a definitive 50’s male symbol: James Dean.
- Hamilton Intra-Matic 38mm Gold
- G9 Slim Fit Harrington Jacket by Baracuta
- Yellow Cardigan by Uniqlo Japan
- Off-White Shirt by Uniqlo Japan
- Washed Japanese Selvedge by Neighborhood
- Crepe-Sole Leather Derby by Common Projects
pairing by Dexter Austria word by Zach Weiss