Wearing: Swatch Skin Watch c/o Swatch
When Rock n’ Roll and fashion meet, the new Swatch Skin watch comes to the rescue allowing you to freely make #YourMove with their ultra-thin, minimalistic designs, because who says you can’t windmill your guitar in style?
Dylan’s “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door’ when I was 11 years old
and I knew instantly this was the sound I identified with. As a
rock n’ roll and guitar solo lover at heart, I started shortly
afterwards to learn to play guitar.
A fun fact you probably don’t know about me is that I was in a
rock band when I was in uni and we even had a concert once
in a club in front of the whole architecture faculty and even
many others. I can’t remember ever being so nervous, but it
turned out to be one of the most unforgettable nights of my
was a fan of since I can remember. I always admired their cutting
edge technology and sleek, modern designs, which were– and after
decades–still are ahead of their time.
Freedom of movement is fundamental when you are having fun
playing guitar and doing dynamic activities you love to do.
The new Swatch Skin minimal watch line consists of Swatch’s
thinnest and almost weightless model up to date, which allows
free motion like dancing. In my case, I tested it by playing guitar
with maneuvers such as windmilling and it felt like second skin.
styles that perfectly integrate into any outfit.
So why should you try the new Swatch Skin?
1. Freedom. It’s thinner, therefore lighter, than just about any
other watch out there and feels like second skin even in motion
(hence the name ‘Skin‘).
2. Design. They come in modern, sophisticated, sharp, and clean
adding that finishing touch to any outfit.
3. Price. They won’t break your bank account with their affordable
prices yet outstanding quality, which traditional Swiss timekeeping
is known for.
So, music is my move, what’s #yourmove?
Art Direction & Editing: By yours truly
Artwork & Collage: Inspired by Kasimir Malevich’s ‘Suprematist Composition 1915’ .
In collaboration with Swatch
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