For this version of Pairs Well With we picked a famous Max Bill hand-twisted by Junghans. As one of, if not the, complete Bauhaus watch, it is characterized by its clarity and clean structure. Flimsy dark lines mark the border of the watch and bring the eye outward to the moment markings and internal to hours. Nothing is fastidious and nothing is superfluous. Initially delivered in the 1960’s and later once again introduced, it is obviously an immortal plan that has educated the look and feel regarding numerous ages of watches. The objective of the matching was to discover pieces of clothing that are comparably forthright, exemplary, intentional and can be worn in both easygoing and work settings.
- Max Bill Watch with a 34mm cleaned steel case, 17-Jewel hand-twisted development with Incabloc security and a tan calfskin tie. Accessible for $652 from Junghans
- Grey/Black Gingham by Epaulet
- Standard Belt – Natural/Black by Tanner Goods
- A pair of dark jeans…honestly, you likely have a most loved pair already
- Alden Unlined Suede Chukka Boot in Tan from BlackBird