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So, in other words, having favorites dilutes my ability to educate and inform. It has been told to me on more than one occasion that the role of most fashion magazine editors is to narrowly address to their audience what is right and wrong, right now, without confusing cause. Perhaps that is why I am not terribly interested in reading fashion magazines. If what I am told is true, then their primary focus is to tell people what is proper to adorn themselves with in the instant moment. What is cool isn't a matter of knowing the good from the bad, but rather a function of listening to the self-appointed authority. Then when everything changes "next season" you have to choose new items to wear based on their prescriptive advice.
The 41mm watch design is almost identical to the highly popular Hublot Big Bang Ladies Chronograph Tutti Frutti Collection, originally unveiled in 2008. The Award Winning Big Bang watch design is the most successful Hublot design to date, thus creating new models based on this popular design is almost a sure sale. Creating a limited edition timepiece inspired by one of the most popular contemporary artists adds an attractive incentive to watch buyers.
These are pretty darn cool instruments and it is very interesting to see them inside of the Bloodhound SSC. Will this amazing jet engine-powered car reach 1,000 mph? We will have to wait until 2016 to find out. This is what science dreams are made of. rolex.com bloodhoundssc.com
Inside the watch is the F.P. Journe designed and in-house made caliber 1505 manually wound movement. The base plate is in 18k gold and it is covered by no less than ten patents, which is quite a lot for a mechanical wristwatch. Journe is something of a protectionist when it comes to his own technology. Artistically minded, he likes to be given credit for his innovations and has the most esteem for fellow watchmakers who likewise strive to be different and improve the art form. Understandably emotional and passionate about his work, he is generally irritated by those he sees as riding on the work of others or who don't put in the requisite time to produce something unique. He has a good point, and I'd probably feel the same way. Though it can be argued that all modern watchmakers are riding on the work of their thematic forefathers of yesteryear.
Any MB&F watch is worth sitting up and taking notice of, and this is even more true when the watch in question is their "most affordable" Legacy Machine watch yet. To be absolutely clear, we mean "most affordable" in the relative sense. The earlier LM1 and LM2 watches were around ,000 and 0,000 respectively. Still, this new LM101 watch is significantly cheaper and has not lost any bit of the drama and visual flair that its two more costly siblings have.