Designer Tokujin Yoshioka designed a watch as part of the tenth anniversary of the Issey Miyake watch project for Seiko Instruments.
This watch, called “O”, is the homonym of the French word for water. Made of a special, transparent plastic material, this watch gives the feel of a non-definitive form like water, along with the mirror finish that blends in with the surroundings. The transparent time is what embraces the wrist of the wearer.
This is the second collaboration for Tokujin. The first was back in 2005 with the “TO” watch, which we will introduce in our next post.
The watch is due to release in early July.
Images provided by Tokujin Yoshioka Inc.
Love the picture of the watch with the ice block. Feels very timeless because of its simplicity.