Soon, You’ll Be Wearing Jack Spade Watches

Jack Spade Spring 2013 Watches

Swatches of watches is what’s on the mind of Jack Spade, as the trusted brand introduces its inaugural timepiece collection this March.  And just in time, too, cause the pale of our wrists was beginning to edge on quite noticeable.  Within the whopping thirty-seven piece collection, you’ll find a surplus of design including sport, dress, pillow tank, dual time zone, and an irreverent graphic series.  Essentially, selection is not something they’re skimping on here.  The self-proclaimed “watch fanatics” over at Jack Spade chose two aesthetic directions for the collection: One elevated — think 1970s sports watches — and the other graphic entry-level, with the brand’s typical satirical undertone announcing that the watches have “no jewels,” and are “not Swiss” made.  The more refined watches, showcasing Swiss movements and sapphire crystal, feature a movement developed specifically for Jack Space that can tell an alternative time zone with its fourth sweep hand.  The collection, priced between $98 and $528, launches March 1st in the brand’s US stores and jackspade.com along with retail partners Nordstrom and Barney’s New York.  A first look at the collection…

  • Jack Spade Men's Watches First Collection

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  • Jack Spade Men's Watches First Collection

  • Jack Spade Men's Watches First CollectionJack Spade Men's Watches First Collection

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