Since my Childhood I love to wear the branded perfumes and luxurious watches. These two things has always attracted me a lot towards them. I have the biggest collection of perfumes and wristwatch in my gang. Channel and Gucci are my most favourite. But that doesn’t mean I don’t like other brands. I like Rado and Rolex too.There’s virtually an detail of luxurious that overlaps the perfume and watch industry. They each are items of choice and symbols of high-society. They even frequently have the same factors of inspiration, with the liberal use of faceted glass, chrome, and gems if you’re looking to definitely up the ante. But there’s obviously a difference among an eye fixed and a fragrance bottle. Lee Huang’s conceptual wristwatch created for Issey Miyake blurs that difference.
The conceptual Issey Miyake watch cleverly makes use of glass as a fabric. For the wristwatch body, rather than stainless steel. Borrowing the fluted design texture from most one of the best fragrance bottle designs. The wristwatch’s thick glass frame comes with a unique textured rim. That reflects light simply the manner a elaborate searching glass bottle does. The glass body (and the dial cover too) come with a excessive refractive index. That creates enough parallax to offer it the attraction of a perfume bottle. Alongside with simply a slight tinge of frosting that sincerely facilitates cut the internal reflections to hold the watch’s minimalist attraction. In keeping with the timepiece’s clean, nearly zen-ike design, a simple white leather strap suspends the crystalesque time-telling splendor for your wrist. Looks beautiful, doesn’t it?!