Japanese designer Hiroshi Fujiwara has linked up with iconic Swiss watch brand TAG Heuer under his fragment design imprint. Together, the brands are dropping an adaptation of TAG's classic Carrera sports model, which was inspired by motor racing, created in 1963, and first released in 1964 (also the year of Fujiwara's birth).
Respecting the Carrera's heritage, Fujiwara kept the designs classic. The watch boasts an intense black dial, along with luminescent markets, and a black alligator strap (which can be switched for a black-and-grey striped NATO version if you should desire).
The watch retails for $8,100, and comes with a 39mm case. For details on how to cop, head over to TAG Heuer.
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