Luxury Brands Bringing Exchangeable Clocks Advanced

Luxury Brands Bringing Exchangeable Clocks Advanced

The designer of the Égard watch brand takes the usual interchangeable watches to the classy with a customizable collection of Evarii.
“Custom components allow our users to get more transformation from their watches and put their personal stamp on valuables”. “We’ve created a watch component that will take you out of the night, into your sister sour outlet in seconds.”

Luxury Brands Bringing Exchangeable Clocks Advanced

Egard’s customizable collection makes the transition between cases, fast, bezels, and straps easy and possible in 30 seconds. The Evarii Collection includes leather, nylon and metal straps for all occasions and personal styles.

Interchangeable fashion is a cyclical trend that never stops. Although its previous practicality has caused luxury brands to doubt, they are just beginning to embrace this trend. From shoes to bags, the top world-style authorities like Prada and Louis Vuitton are making customizable pieces.

“The watch trend is developing quite far from fashion, in terms of materials, but they manage to capture larger cultural changes as men think about their clothes,” Nick Sullivan, a fashion director at American Esquire, told New York Time. “Men must think more about watches as an integral part of their wardrobe – and have more watches.”

Egard watches have been featured on lovers of men’s watches and iconic styles around the world, including Anthony Anderson, Robert Herjavec, and Terry Crews.

To learn more about the Evarii series, Luxury Brands Bringing Exchangeable Clocks Advanced

Égard luxurious timepieces is a unique expression of style and prestige. Separating themselves from the standard, they are created in various layered, multi-textured, three-dimensional, and always conveys a unique personality. Built with the finest quality components, these luxury items are naturally furnished by celebrities and watch experts around the world.

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