SALVATORE FERRAGAMO F-80 SKELETON
This watch is one of Salvatore Ferragamo’s most durable creations, and it looks great doing it. The F-80 Skeleton With Sustainable Strap, a limited-edition re-release of one of the Florentine Fashion House’s best-selling timepieces, was released in June 2022 in honour of National Ocean Month. The new F-80 Skeleton comes in two limited edition colors—green and blue—and is housed in a satin-finished steel case that reveals the watch’s automatic movement through its see-through case back and skeleton dial. The double Gancini emblem of the household is featured here. The strap’s inner layer is made from cork certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), and its outer layer is made from fabric made from post-consumer recycled PET fibre with hole covers in vegetable-tanned leather. ferragamo.com.
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Hamilton’s newest watch is a significant upgrade over the models worn by Navy Frogmen in World War II. The Nivachron anti-magnetic hairspring is one of the most noticeable improvements over the original, as it increases performance and durability when exposed to a magnetic field. hamiltonwatch.com
KING SEIKO KAMEIDO
The dial of this one-of-a-kind timepiece by King Seiko, which is coloured lavender, was inspired by the wisteria that bloomed at the Kameido Tenjin Shrine in Edo. Combining a slim design with sapphire box glass, this watch achieves the shallowest case depth among 6R calibre models at just 10.33mm. The bracelet, which features mirror and hairline finishing to evoke the original 1960s design, and the crown both bear the King Seiko crest mark. Seiko Boutique; £1,590; U.K.