Fossil Retro Timer Watch Influenced from ‘50s Timekeeping Designs

Fossil Retro Timer Watch Influenced from ‘50s Timekeeping Designs

The clothing/accessories brand and design duo Eley Kishimoto create a more interesting way to tell the time

Ross Brooks
  • 4 november 2014

Watches have established themselves as a status symbol in much of the developed world, which is why it’s refreshing that London fashion studio Eley Kishimoto and Fossil have designed something a little more easygoing. Retro Timer is inspired by designs from the 1950s and used an unconventional mechanism to keep track of the time. Keep reading to find out what makes it so strange.

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