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E editor’s picks Ebel Wave Rolls On Clean and classic, Ebel’s latest Wave bridges the gap between sport and dress. Details like applied numerals, solid link bracelets and and-reflective sapphire glass speak to the quality construction in the minimalist design. Small details like the integrated crown and bracelet as well as the domed hands reflect a subtle understanding of a thoughtfully designed and constructed timepiece. At 40mm Ebel’s wave will also appeal to both men and women as a gender neutral look that is flexible enough to be dressed up or down. Retail price $1,800. Uniform Moma London-based watch brand, Uniform Wares has created a limited edition watch design in collaboration with the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York. Limited to 150 timepieces, the Uniform watch will retail for $450 exclusively at MoMA New York and MoMA Tokyo stores as well as online. The lug-less watch case features a multi-layer dial with combination vertical and radial finishes, cut-out dial markings and an etched minute track. Both the Uniform Wares and MoMA logos etched on the case back. Xemex Keeps Its Kulling One of Reudi Kulling’s latest graduates from his school of design is the Piccadilly from Xemex. An olive drab dial with slim numerals and skeleton hands opens wide with a slim bezel that creates a stronger platform for the dial and looks much fuller than the 42mm diameter implies. A Swiss quartz movement inside and a mineral crystal on top help keep the price of the Piccadilly under $300 at www.xemex.com 8 FASHION | AboutTime Magazine