Watches of the week



Marcus Williams is Worthy magazine’s renaissance man. He literally can do it all; art, photography, music and he can write-anything. He was kind enough to lend us his eye for our first men’s fashion post. Take a look at a few items that have caught our artist’s eye.  















When it comes to accessories, men generally have slightly fewer options to choose from than women do. So finding the perfect timepiece, to complete a look, is that much more important. The right watch will stand out without being overly ostentatious. Worthy Magazine is proud to bring to you this week’s top 5 picks of unique and stylish watches that will hopefully aid you in your search for dynamic wrist wear.


First up, it’s a watch. It’s a tie. It’s the tie watch collection from Neves. Their innovative usage of ties as watch bands make for a very stylish and sophisticated assortment of watches that offer a unique look with just the right touch of class. Neves provides three different style options to choose from: The Windsor, The Persian, and The Pratt. Every style is well within most budgets at $75. You can locate a retailer in your area here: http://www.thinkneves.com/shop.php?cat=tiewatch

Next, there is “Chapter One” brought to you by Maitres du Temps. Watches are not just for telling time anymore. This beautiful watch features a tourbillion, mono-pusher, chronograph, retrograde date, retrograde GMT, and two idiosyncratic rolling bars which display the day of the week and the phase of the moon. And if none of that means anything to you, well hey, at least it looks good. And that’s what really matters, right? More info on this watch and where to get it can be found here: http://www.maitresdutemps.com/chapterone.html

At first glance, Harry Winston’s “Opus 9” is hardly recognizable as a watch at all. This is due to the very unique manner in which the time is displayed. This watch uses two diamond scales which serve as the hour and minute indicator. This piece is a bit strange but sleek and stylish nonetheless. Good luck locating this particular watch, however. Only one hundred of these limited edition watches were created.
A classic look presented with far from traditional materials. This assortment of wooden watches from WeWood is sure to be a definite attention grabber. The components are 100% natural wood. It is hypoallergenic and free of toxic chemicals, and features miyota movement. And wearing this watch is also an act of forest conservation as WeWood plants a tree for every watch sold. These watches, which come in a variety of alluring colors, are widely popular and are constantly on back order. So reserve yours ASAP here: http://www.we-wood.us

And last but not least there is the “TO” automatic watch collection by Issey Miyake. This watch is proof that you don’t have to be complex to stand out. This is a perfect example of simplicity done right. Simplicity, however, comes at a price. That price happens to be somewhere in the range of $1,199 – $1,519 depending on color and choice of band. So if you got it and want to flaunt it, this watch can be found here: http://www.moderngadget.com