To say I've been feeling nostalgic wearing this handsome, small-second Omega Seamaster 1948 and walking it around town this week would be an understatement. The watch is a tribute to the classic Omegas of 1948, delivered to British airmen and sailors after WWII, and the new 70th anniversary edition is so true to the original it almost takes you back there on its own.Read more
I was invited to Norway recently to experience its divine landscape through the eyes of one of the country's most iconic brands, Devold. They've been making the classic rugged Norwegian sweater since 1853, when it was designed for the fishermen bracing for harsh winds along the country's coast.Read more
When I’m on the road, I try to run every day. It's a great way to explore a new city and clear your head, and it also helps battle jet lag (and the bulge from hotel room service). I also like to time my runs, which requires a stopwatch—but I hate running with a phone. It's just cumbersome and distracting. And I really don't like smart watches, because it means one more cord and one more device to worry about charging, which I already forget to do enough.Read more
Twenty or so years ago, Vacheron Constantin debuted its Overseas watch, a model geared toward travel and escapism. On my last trip to the Bay Area, I brought the current version along with me. It has a black panda dial (when a black and white chronograph resembles two panda eyes looking back at you) with a stainless steel case and bracelet.
The new watch that accompanied me this week to the Odeon has an 18k yellow gold case in 35mm, and comes with the option of an alligator strap. But you won't see me using it – I love this watch on the gold bracelet for a complete immersion in 80s style as I remember it.Read more
You don’t have to navigate a ship to appreciate this new classic. Pretending you're a captain in the comfort of the Four Seasons in Cap Ferrat is enough.Read more