WHEN style is the game, streetwear is the name.
As soon as underground culture became the face of contemporary fashion, luxury watchmakers were quick to jump on the hype train.
From Casio's multiple streetwear collaborations to the newest additions of other brands to their timepiece collections, these hot watches are the perfect match for your urban outfits.
Seiko Prospex Street Series
When you talk about a solid combination of style and sustainability, no other watch series offers better attributes than this. Not only does the aesthetic make it wearable in a casual setting, Seiko Prospex Street Series is also solar-powered, which means no need for battery replacements. It has a tuna-can exterior for maximum shock protection.
Price: Around $450
TW Steel Canteen Leather CS41
This timepiece is both bold and classic with its vintage leather strap, matte black steel case, and khaki details. The TW Steel Canteen Leather CS41 also has a mineral-crystal-with-sapphire-glass layer and is 10 ATM (atmosphere) water-resistant.
Price: Around $349
Tag Heuer Carrera Calibre Heuer 2
This motor racing-inspired Tag Heuer Carrera series is all about "speed, sweat, and strength." The Calibre Heuer 2 is equipped with a fine-brushed and polished titanium black PVD-coated black case and has a 100-M water resistance.
Price: Around $4,820
Hublot Big Bang Sang Bleu
Mixing up the traditional and modern, Swiss watchmaker Hublot and London-based creative agency Sang Bleu team up to create one of their most detailed designs to date. Taking inspiration from Leonardo Da Vinci's Vitruvian Man, this limited-edition collectible features a mix traditional and modern influences, with its face adorned with geometrical patterns and polygons.
Price: Around $18,800
Timex x Nigel Cabourn Referee
Tapping British menswear designer Nigel Cabourn for the second time, Timex was expected to produced another winner. The watch's referee design is modeled after 1950s football, an iconic era for Cabourn. It has a cream base and three-quarters of its dial graphic is colored, which represents 45 minutes or half of a playing time. The piece comes with a pair of interchangeable straps.
Casio G-Shock GA-2100
Arguably the go-to brand for streetwear watches, Casio released a slimmer version of its signature chunky timepece from the G-Shock series. The GA-2100 features an all-black carbon exterior construction, with a hybrid analog and digital functionality that streetwear fans adore. More importantly, it can hold up to five alarms.
Price: 13,500 JPY
LEFF Amsterdam Tube Watch
Its minimalistic design has an iconic, refined, and industrial look courtesy of Dutch visionary Piet Hein Eek, with its ring function on the face of the watch. The LEFF Amsterdam Tube Watch timepiece can cope with both your sleek fashion and the rainy days, thanks to the 3-ATM water-resistance.
Price: $145 to 199