ROX MAN AW20 WISHLIST
1st March 2021
We’ve compiled a list of the season’s must have fashion, watches, and accessories. Don’t worry we’ve got this and you’ll want them all!
Something for the gentleman who as everything. Keeps things ticking along to perfection with this Wolf Axis triple watch winder. Featuring custom black suede interior with backlist LCD display, matt chrome finished hardware and 3 winding modules. Beauty and function are also combined with two watch storage with elevated cuff plus a travel case. The cuff is designed for watches up to 52mm and the unit can be AC or battery powered.
73225 | £1,495
Walker Slater is a ROX favourite when it comes to tailoring. The Alec is a chic, slim fitting jacket with a short modern cut body and tailored appearance. The sleeves are sleeker than our mainline range. The twin vent enhances the silhouette neatly, with a two button fastening polishing off the overall shape. This piece will become one of the most wearable in your wardrobe for years to come.
The original badboy of watchmaking’s modern era, the ‘Offshore’ chronograph version of Audemars Piguet‘s classic Royal Oak amps-up the octagonal forms with uncompromisingly luxurious attitude. Featuring a black leather strap, rose bezel, black dial with tapisserie pattern and pink Arabic numerals.
75060 | £39,700
Bottega Venetta has gained cult status over the past few seasons but the quintessentially Italian brand loved for its leather has been a fashionistas favourite for decades. Its woven belts are instantly recognisable and give any look a sophisticated edge. Hand made in Italy using the house’s signature intrecciato technique, this belt is woven from strands of the most supple leather.
Mounted on a studded rubber strap that could be straight from the Rocky Horror Show, Roger Dubuis‘ ‘Excalibur Spider Sottozero Tourbillon’ is a typically virtuoso performance of cutting-edge haute horlogerie. The tumbling tourbillon cage appears to float in space, suspended from a web of astral bodies.
75732 | £159,000
Designed in tribute to the Griffon-engined Spitfire that Bremont‘s Nick and Giles English’s father once operated (now back in RAF hands), the new Bremont ALTI-C Griffon has found its way quickly into the watch making history books. Featuring a hardened stainless steel, scratch resistant DLC case measuring 43mm with a timeless vintage leather strap.
75033 | £4,995
Step into style this season with this classic Chelsea Boot style by Santoni, which have been expertly crafted in rich chocolate brown patent leather. Chic and versatile, these will quickly become your AW20 style staple.
The definition of a modern masterpiece. Making its own stamp on horological history back in 1969 as the first-ever self-winding chronograph, today’s Zenith El Primero Chronomaster features a sporty yet elegant 42mm steel case with silver tone classic tri-colour dial and El Primero column wheel chronograph.
75370 | £6,900
Don’t just leave it up to the ladies. Signature scents can be masculine too and winter is the ideal time to fill your home with velvety fragrance that builds a warm and inviting atmosphere for guests. Opt for ROX Luxe Vetiver Kashmir candle and indulge your senses with this deeply earthy scent with hints of indulgent Bergamo & Vetiver.
75937 | £35
Cardigans are officially cool and Tom Ford’s shawl-collar cardigan looks just as smart teamed with a tee and sweats as it does tailoring. It’s been rib-knitted in Italy from a plush cashmere and mohair-blend and has a slim fit that’s comfortable for layering.
Embrace the longstanding appeal of the new TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph. TAG Heuer will forever be known for its passion for motor racing with the Carerra breaking ground in the Sixties as the first purpose-built driver’s chronograph. Featuring 44mm fine-brushed and polished steel case with a black dial, chronograph counters and a steel bracelet. A must have for those who have a passion for motor sports.
75212 | £4,695
A modern wardrobe classic. This Saint Laurent grey hoodie is printed with the French label’s original ‘Rive Gauche’ sans serif font from 1966, reworked with graphic red squares. Fun fact: the moniker was originally designed by Yves and perfume designer Mr Pierre Dinand, who also collaborated with Mr Salvador Dalí.
Prada, inspired by its very own 90s sports chic aesthetic, is having a major fashion moment. This black messenger bag is the perfect example and is crafted from signature nylon in Italy. It’s trimmed with hallmark Saffiano leather and accented by a silver triangle plaque on the flap, which opens to a main compartment with various pockets. Note the detachable zipped pouch on the logo-woven strap which can also be slipped inside.
The TUDOR Heritage Black Bay family inherits the general lines as well as the domed 41mm dial and crystal from TUDOR’s first diving watches. Its characteristic angular hands known as ‘snowflake’ were borrowed from TUDOR watches used by the French National Navy in the 1970. And the triangle on the rotatable black bezel are also key design features inspired by a proud history serving military frogmen worldwide.
65614 | £2,840
Discover the new Hublot Spirit of Big Bang Meca Black Magic. Powered by an extraordinary feat of in-house, micro-mechanical engineering, whose stencilled-out components were inspired by Meccano (!), its 45mm model has a stunning microblasted black ceramic case and satin-finished, polished and sandblasted black ceramic bezel.
74790 | £22,600
A classic bomber jacket is such a great option to have in the trans-seasonal months and black is a capsule wardrobe staple. This Givenchy one is made from sturdy shell that’s padded for extra warmth, fitted with four pockets and finished with elegant gold-tone buttons etched with the house’s signature ‘4G’ emble.
Berluti’s black trainers are crafted from supple, smooth leather for a cushioned finish and are well worth the investment. They’re constructed in Italy from smooth leather to a low-top profile and display the label’s hallmark Scritto logo – taken from an 18th-century manuscript sourced at an auction.
Rumour has it Mr Ford couldn’t help but exclaim “F****** Fabulous” during the testing of this Eau de Parfum, hence its colourful name – censored out on this version. What led to the colourful outburst is a heady blend of Lavender, bitter Almond and Vanilla, rounded out by rich Leather and Amber.
The legacy of the Baume & Mercier dynasty is a classical tradition that’ll run and run, with one foot in the past and both eyes on the horizon.