Bulova Fall 2013 Preview

 

The couture suite of the beautiful Paramount Hotel in the heart of Times Square housed this exquisitely balanced collection from Bulova and Caravelle. A New York original since it’s first iteration by Joseph Bulova in 1875, its strong tradition has stood the test of time. Since running the nation’s first radio ad and television commercial in 1926 and 1941 respectively, to the debut of Accutron technology in 1960 used on numerous NASA fleets and on Air Force One, Bulova has consistently been on the cutting edge. This year’s collection continues that trend of innovation while taking a look back at its own storied past.

Bold colors, intricate detailing, and a wide range of both settings and price points made this seasonal collection ideal for the regular connoisseur and the modern gentleman in search of that timeless, everyday watch. From formal to rugged, rose gold to silicone bands, classic to contemporary, Bulova boasts an option for every occasion with precision you can count on. From watches that garner the occasional glance and nod of approval to captivating pieces that require a sustained stare, you’re sure to make a lasting impression with a quality American standard. It’s the thought that counts, and both the faces and bands reflect a deep contemplation and careful execution that provide for exceptional accessory. This is craftsmanship at its finest.

The Hack watch, noted for it’s historical significance, reliable functionality and charming simplicity, made a recent red carpet splash in the new film “White House Down”, starring Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx and donned by the former. The Bulova Precisionist has continued to set the mark for accuracy with an insulated design that protects from changes caused by temperature and vibration. And nothing carries more distinction than the elegant chronograph presentation.  So whatever you’re in the market for, you can expect the best from Bulova this Fall.

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Thierry Augustin

A&H Magazine Content Director.