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  1. Alexander Shorokhoff Alzenau Chronograph

    Alexander Shorokhoff Alzenau Chronograph

    S$4,103.00

    Into its second iteration, the ever-popular Alzenau by Alexander Shorokhoff makes its comeback in 2015 after a 4-year absence.For the first time in the Alzenau collection, Alexander Shorokhoff introduces an automatic chronograph powered by a 49-jewel Dubois-Depraz chronograph module.The dial is finished off with an elaborate sunburst and a coin-edged guilloche on either sides of the railway minute track. The Coat of Arms is hand applied at the bottom of the dial. Learn More
  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. Alexander Shorokhoff Levels Blue

    Alexander Shorokhoff Levels Blue

    S$4,579.00

    The Levels gets its name from the different levels of the dial. One level stands for your home time while the next level shows you the local time of the place wherever you are at the moment. On the third level the Alexander Shorokhoff logo is placed and the fourth level shows the serial number of the watch. All levels are of different heights giving the dial a complexity as you gaze at it.

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  6. Alexander Shorokhoff Levels Silver

    Alexander Shorokhoff Levels Silver

    S$4,579.00

    The Levels gets its name from the different levels of the dial. One level stands for your home time while the next level shows you the local time of the place wherever you are at the moment. On the third level the Alexander Shorokhoff logo is placed and the fourth level shows the serial number of the watch. All levels are of different heights giving the dial a complexity as you gaze at it.

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  7. Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro Black SS

    Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro Black SS

    S$4,297.00

    Inspired by a pressure gauge, which translates as Manometro in Italian, the Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro was introduced in 2005. Distinctive despite its simplicity, the Manometro was Mazzuoli’s greatest hit, instantly recognisable and more famous than the brand behind it. Simple design elements are cleverly combined to create a clean but striking appearance that is eminently functional.

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  8. Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro Blue SS

    Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro Blue SS

    S$4,297.00

    Inspired by a pressure gauge, which translates as Manometro in Italian, the Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro was introduced in 2005. Distinctive despite its simplicity, the Manometro was Mazzuoli’s greatest hit, instantly recognisable and more famous than the brand behind it. Simple design elements are cleverly combined to create a clean but striking appearance that is eminently functional.

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  9. Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro Green SS

    Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro Green SS

    S$4,297.00

    Inspired by a pressure gauge, which translates as Manometro in Italian, the Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro was introduced in 2005. Distinctive despite its simplicity, the Manometro was Mazzuoli’s greatest hit, instantly recognisable and more famous than the brand behind it. Simple design elements are cleverly combined to create a clean but striking appearance that is eminently functional.

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  10. ITAY NOY Fractal 01

    ITAY NOY Fractal 01

    S$4,034.00

    Groups that have a broken dimension so that each one looks like an exact copy of the other. Using the fractal method, simple, geometric lines were processed by acomputer to create the complex and intriguing motifs in the fractal watches. This unpredicted consecutive process is interrupted when the desired motif is achieved. Strap colour varies, depending on availability Learn More
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