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In Time for Opera
Inspired by the famous opera by Giuseppe Verdi, Raymond Weil's new Nabucco Intenso watch collection packs in powerful looks encased in steel and titanium. Its famous chronograph characteristics are cleverly arranged within its compact 43 mm diameter. Equally distinctive is the tachymeter. The phosphorescent number 12 is attractive and so is the detailed decoration on the black galvanic dial. The case is mounted on a black, alligator-style, rubber strap, blending comfort with strength.
As the weather takes a turn and we look for autumn-winter essentials, Paul Smith's new collection of pocket squares and scarves catches our eye. Called "Day Dreaming with my Camera", the designer has focused on his photographs to produce a collection of abstract scarves and squares. A pleasing marriage between art and style.
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