Thames & Hudson – Retro Watches by Josh Sims, Mitch Greenblatt
A lively bible of sartorial know-how from one of Savile Row’s modern master cutters.
About the Author
Richard Anderson has worked on Savile Row for over thirty-five years, having started his career as an apprentice at Huntsman & Co at the age of seventeen. In 2001 he co-founded his own Savile Row company, Richard Anderson Ltd, with Brian Lishak. His memoir Bespoke: Savile Row Ripped and Smoothed was published to great acclaim in 2009.
Dylan Jones is the editor of GQ, and the author of several books, including Cameron on Cameron: Conversations with Dylan Jones and Mr. Jones’ Rules for the Modern Man.
The Modern Collector’s Guide
Josh Sims, Mitch Greenblatt
Retro Watches is a popular, accessible collector’s guide for anyone who wants to make a statement with the watch they wear, but who wants to choose a timepiece that is very different from the ‘classic’ and very mainstream watches by the major Swiss brands. It brings together the most intriguing, visually striking and ‘out-there’ watch designs from little-known but influential watch brands, along with overlooked but brilliant pieces from the major players. One hundred watch models are featured, specially photographed for the book and accompanied by accessible, informative texts discussing the watch’s design, its intriguing features, and its rarity and value. The book also dives into the cultural and fashion history of watch design and the many innovations from the 60s, 70s and 80s.
• Features over 100 easily affordable curiosities and brilliantly designed but forgotten classics
• Spans the late 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, the golden age of avant-garde watchmaking and experimentation
• Includes features on the history of watch design and aesthetics
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