• Estelle Magritte Edition The King's Museum Watch
  • Estelle Magritte Edition The King's Museum Watch
  • Estelle Magritte Edition The King's Museum Watch
  • Estelle Magritte Edition The King's Museum Watch
  • Estelle Magritte Edition The King's Museum Watch
  • Estelle Magritte Edition The King's Museum Watch

Estelle Magritte Edition The King's Museum Watch

$ 110.00

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A nose, a mouth and a pair of eyes: these unremarkable features become loaded with meaning and mystery once they are left floating in space instead of being reassuringly anchored to a human face. Komono’s feminine Estelle sets these facial elements even further adrift against a blank white backdrop. Features 

  • Japanese quartz movement
  • 36mm metal case
  • Stainless steel back
  • Fabric wristband with leather detailing
  • Water resistant up to 3 ATM

Komono x Magritte from KOMONO on Vimeo.

René Magritte was one of the leading figures of 20th century Surrealism. His impossibly perfect blue skies and white fluffy clouds, his faceless men in bowler hats, his ‘this-is-not-a-pipe’ painting of a pipe and his floating green apples have all become part of our global cultural heritage.

Magritte’s paintings combine a subversive sense of humor and flair for poetic depth, creating a visual experience that’s both immediate and impossible to grasp. Komono continues its high-end ‘Curated by KOMONO’ accessory series with the global launch of its official collaboration with the Estate of René Magritte.

The dream-like, surrealist style of Magritte is translated into these unique watch designs. All watches have a unique printed wristband with leather details of an embossed Magritte signature. Each piece depicts a different detail of a particular Magritte painting and comes in a unique, limited edition Magritte packaging.

Komono is the perfect blend of timing and vision. Based in Belgium with a worldwide following, its name is taken from the Japanese word for accessories, which literally means “small things.”

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