And he plans to keep them in a private museum.
The immersive retail experience is open now through September at the Watches of Switzerland boutique in downtown Manhattan.
Salute the space travelers with these retro specs.
After all, who doesn’t like a Baguette?
For a brand that believes less is better, there’s a surprising amount to see in its new showroom space.
The experiential pop-up at New York City’s Hudson Yards is open to the public now through July 25th.
The “To the Moon and Back” sale takes place on the eve of the 50th anniversary of the moon landing.
The brand’s men’s artistic director Virgil Abloh has asked shoppers to meme the space, and they’ve happily obliged.
The actor was asked to remove his GMT-Master during filming, but refused, saying, “If they’re looking at my watch, then I’m not doing my job as an actor.”