You have a divers watch to go with your sports and summer outfits, a black dress watch to go with your dark suits and another white and brown dress watch to go with business attire. Of course, you’ve got a couple beaters for those days when you have to work or play hard enough to damage a regular watch. Your little collection includes a G-Shock and you have no idea why you bought it – seemed like a good idea at the time. But you don’t have a really cool, unique designer watch to wear to the new art gallery opening that wifey is so intent on going to this weekend.
Projects Watches is a good place to start looking for this special purpose watch. Their designs are architect inspired and they look it. Here are a few of the products (just based on what the author is drawn to) that would show off so smart on the wrist when you are pointing to the signed and numbered serigraph that you intend to purchase for your office waiting room (or whatever). And even though the product mix from this company looks like they have a strategy that leans toward the museum gift shop and the odd-stuff-store shelves – the watches are not junk; it’s all fairly decent stuff in a fashion jewelry sort of way.
The company has an interesting history of jumbled missions. It has always been about design that appeals to designers but it took some hard right turns before it was a watch company. Check out their story at http://www.projectswatches.com/our-history/ and look at their other watches while you’re there.