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The New TUDOR Black Bay Timepieces - A Fine Addition to the Gentleman's Wardrobe
By SENATUS Magazine | 23 August 2018
TUDOR's Black Bay timepieces may have been inspired by its heritage diver timepieces, but its modern interpretations unveiled in 2016 have quickly become best-sellers, not because they evoke a certain sense of nostalgia amongst TUDOR enthusiasts, but because they appeal to a whole new generation of consumers.

Clean design elements with vintage appeal, robust movement inside, attention to small details, the new Black Bay timepieces launched this year include the GMT with Burgundy and Blue bezel, the Steel & Gold with a Champagne Dial, the "41" with a fixed bezel in polished steel as well as the smaller-sized Fifty-Eight. Paired with outerwear from an airplane captain's blazer, biker's jacket, a driving coat to a denim bomber, or even a plain t-shirt for that matter, the Black Bay timepieces make a fine addition to a gentleman's wardrobe.

Photo Credits
Creative direction: Kien Lee
Photography: GreenPlasticSoldier
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