The Timex-Todd Snyder collab has always been about a relaxed blend of casual modern design with a kind of old-school minimalism, and their new release, the Mid-Century, might be the best expression so far of that aesthetic. They've taken a Timex original from the 70s and brought it up to date with the watchmaker's signature combination of quartz precision, low-key style, and versatility.
The Mid-Century is that rare non-smart watch that could go with workout gear as easily as business casual. The original design has been enhanced with a 37mm stainless steel case and the day and date functions upgraded with precise quartz movement. Brown or black leather straps complete the retro-cool package.
The Timex + Todd Snyder Mid-Century debuts in Todd Snyder's show on Monday, Feb. 4 at NYFW: Men's. Colorways: black dial and the black strap and a silver dial with the simple and elegant brown strap.
The Mid-Century will be available via ToddSnyder.com and at Snyder's flagship store in Madison Square Park. It retails for $158.