New York magazine is reporting that, in collaboration with leather manufacturer Bespoke Artisan Leathers, an electric watch strap with leather straps has been created.
The design combines gold and brass buckles with an engraved silver buckle to create a sleek and modern piece that can be worn in many ways.
Bespokes Artisan, which has been producing watch straps for over 30 years, says the watch strap is the first to incorporate the artisans unique design.
The silver buckle is designed to help with the watch wearer’s fatigue, while the brass buckle has been made with brass for its strength.
The watch strap can be made in any color and has been manufactured in limited quantities.
The rubber strap is also available in silver and gold.
The strap is being made for a limited time and will be sold exclusively at Bespokers Artisan in New York City.
The leather strap will be available in the spring of 2019.
Bispokes Artisans watch straps are made using premium quality leather that is bonded and waxed.
Leather is more durable than rubber and is more absorbent than metal.
The straps are finished with an ornate gold buckle and engraved with the initials “BE.”
The stainless steel buckle is made with an enameled steel that is harder than a brass buckle.
The buckle is a solid piece that is a true reflection of the artist and the craftsmanship of the art of leather.
In an interview with New York, Bespoken said, “It’s a little more of a statement of who we are.
It has the best of both worlds.
It’s also an incredible experience to make, it’s not cheap, it can be used for many different purposes, but it’s the only watch strap we do for sale.”
The strap was designed by New York’s legendary jewelry designer John Gourley.
It is not the first time a watch strap has been combined with an art-inspired design.
New York artist Michael M. Kelly made the “Gold” buckle, which was available in gold, silver and rose gold, for the new Louis Vuitton Watch range in 2014.
In 2015, designer and fashion designer Dita Von Teese teamed with jewelry designer Richard D. Jones for the “Silver” buckle that came out in 2019.
And in 2016, designers Daniel C. Murphy and Patrick A. Hays teamed with artist Peter E. Boulanger for the leather strap that debuted at the 2016 Geneva International Fair.
Watch brands are always striving to be creative with the look and feel of their watches, and the collaboration with Bespokos Artisan has shown just how much the watch industry can grow if it is embraced by a broad audience. Read more: