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Philippe Starck Wrapped Watches: Analog Gets Modern

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Written by Paul Strauss | November 29, 2007

The latest watches from renowned French designer Philippe Starck may look incredibly modern at first glance, but their roots are firmly grounded in analog technology.

Phillipe Starck Wrapped Watches by Fossil

Starck’s new Wrapped watches feature an electroplated face which conceals almost the entirety of the watch hands. A small sliver of the hands shows through an open ring in the face, so all you see are little dots indicating hours and minutes, and a thin line representing seconds.

Each minimal watch offers a durable stainless steel case, and is available with either a mesh metal band ($125) or a grey leather one ($110). Both models available now from Fossil.