Alexander Shorokhoff is profoundly Russian, and is proud to proclaim it, like those countrymen who have greatly inspired him and to whom he has dedicated some of his collections: Peter Tchaikovsky, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, and Leo Tolstoy. His deep artistic sensibility, whether in his choice of shapes, materials, colours and finishing, is quite the opposite of today’s dominant industrial coldness. Having been living in Germany for a long time, he also combines German technical know-how with his Russian artistic flair to produce these exquisite timepieces.

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  1. Alexander Shorokhoff Kandy 3D Black

    Alexander Shorokhoff Kandy 3D Black

    S$4,290.00

    The Kandy lineup by Alexander Shorokhoff is dedicated to the most famous Russian avant-gardist, Wassily Kandinsky. Kandinsky possessed an extraordinary artistic intelligence and a pronounced feeling for colors and form. He assigned colors a deeper meaning and associations, for example by describing the colour blue as “soft” and “aromatic”; or in contrast, the colour yellow as “fierce” and “pungent”. Further, he assigned specific shapes to specific colours. For instance, he imagined the colour red to be a square. Alexander Shorokhov takes up these colors and shapes in his latest creations as well. The dial of the Kandy is square and for the 3D lineup, exhibit a three-dimensional guilloche. The back of the case shows four round glasses of which three are coloured in red, blue and yellow, the most important colors in Avant Garde art. Compatible with this, a modern and angular case shape was chosen. The edges were rounded off and milled laterally to fill in the resulting cavities with rose-gold wires. In order to apply the enamel evenly around the case, the central part is manufactured without lugs. They will later be welded to the bottom of the case.

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  2. Alexander Shorokhoff Kandy 3D Red

    Alexander Shorokhoff Kandy 3D Red

    S$4,103.00

    The Kandy lineup by Alexander Shorokhoff is dedicated to the most famous Russian avant-gardist, Wassily Kandinsky. Kandinsky possessed an extraordinary artistic intelligence and a pronounced feeling for colors and form. He assigned colors a deeper meaning and associations, for example by describing the colour blue as “soft” and “aromatic”; or in contrast, the colour yellow as “fierce” and “pungent”. Further, he assigned specific shapes to specific colours. For instance, he imagined the colour red to be a square. Alexander Shorokhov takes up these colors and shapes in his latest creations as well. The dial of the Kandy is square and for the 3D lineup, exhibit a three-dimensional guilloche. The back of the case shows four round glasses of which three are coloured in red, blue and yellow, the most important colors in Avant Garde art. Compatible with this, a modern and angular case shape was chosen. The edges were rounded off and milled laterally to fill in the resulting cavities with heated high-quality, Italian enamel. In order to apply the enamel evenly around the case, the central part is manufactured without lugs. They will later be welded to the bottom of the case.

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  3. Alexander Shorokhoff Kandy Classic

    Alexander Shorokhoff Kandy Classic

    S$4,197.00

    As part of the Kandy lineup, Alexander Shorokhoff has created the model - Kandy Classic. Watches that come with a square case are not usually described as a "classic and timeless beauty" - precisely the reason why the Kandy Classic has come about. After all, the whole idea behind the Avant Garde collection is to create timepieces that are controversial and provocative. Consequently, Alexander Shorokhov has once more proven that he is able to connect the contrasts of classical and modern art into one harmonious ensemble. He remains true to his principles concerning the design of all watches of the Avant Garde collection. As is signature of the collection, the dial of the Kandy Classic is decorated with large figures 20, 40 and 60. The surface of the watch dial is first treated circularly before being covered by enamel. The result is a very brightly shining “summer feeling”. The case is extraordinary, too. It is first made without any lugs – they are later welded to the back. This makes it possible to include grooves on the case for the insertion of decorative wires. The back of the case comes in the trademark Kandy design where three of the four small round glass elements, offering a peek into the decorated movement, are in three different Avant Garde colours – red, yellow and blue. Truly, a piece of Art on the Wrist.

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  4. Alexander Shorokhoff Vintage Automatic Black

    Alexander Shorokhoff Vintage Automatic Black

    S$1,954.00

    Alexander Shorokhoff pays tribute to the 1960s with the Avant-Garde Vintage Automatic. Staying true to period design, the collection sports a slim case design with a retro style domed crystal. Powered by the automatic ETA 2824. the Avant-Garde Vintage is available in 4 different colour. Learn More
  5. Alexander Shorokhoff Vintage Automatic Bordeaux

    Alexander Shorokhoff Vintage Automatic Bordeaux

    S$1,954.00

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    Alexander Shorokhoff pays tribute to the 1960s with the Avant-Garde Vintage Automatic. Staying true to period design, the collection sports a slim case design with a retro style domed crystal. Powered by the automatic ETA 2824. the Avant-Garde Vintage is available in 4 different colour. Learn More
  6. RAW15 Celebratory Edition with STOWA aka Darth Pilot

    RAW15 Celebratory Edition with STOWA aka Darth Pilot

    S$1,486.00

    STOWA and Red Army Watches (RAW) are no strangers when it comes to collaborating to produce special edition watches, having previously launched sell-out editions – the Lady Chin Swee in 2014 and Singapura Red Hill in 2016. The third time that RAW is working together with the German pilot watchmaker on our Celebratory Edition also happens to be our darkest, literally – and specific to the watch itself. Back to the Fliegeruhren (pilot watch) as the base template, we reimagined a rogue element of the famed Dirty Dozen Watches made for the British military in 1945. Purportedly, the total number of watches was over 150,000 units. However, for our purposes, we would like to think that there was a batch of watches made especially for a certain clandestine pilot group. The watches in this batch come in a case that is completely black with a centre sweeping second. The project codename? Darth Pilot. Cased within the 40mm black PVD coated, stainless steel case of the Darth Pilot beats a top grade Swiss ETA2824-2 movement – the highest grade of this type of movement and comes with the best finishing and performance. Continuing the tradition of our collaboration with STOWA, the Darth Pilot also comes with two different interchangeable casebacks. One, fitted on the watch at delivery, is an open caseback with sapphire crystal. The second caseback is included separately in the set and comes engraved with a custom design depicting the renegade squadron’s insignia. The watch dial is ensured to be of perfect legibility with a clean type A pilot watch dial design sans date. It also comes with X1 grade SuperLumiNova® painted indices, numbers, and hands. We further incorporated our in-house capabilities in the Darth Pilot with our very own leather craftsman designing a custom bund strap to fit the watch. This alternative look is an optional addition on top of the factory-fitted black calf leather strap that comes with the watch. The Darth Pilot is limited to 100 pieces only worldwide.

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