Bulova Fall 2017 Collection New Models

Bulova’s newest additions to the fall 2017 collection expand on the brand’s rich tradition of a history of firsts, a tradition that started in 1875. Forward-looking styles and design partnerships combine with a lineup that takes some styling cues from Bulova’s design archives.

Bulova’s first-ever partnership with The Recording Academy® and The Latin Recording Academy® uniquely synergizes the integrity, artistry and craftsmanship synonymous with three iconic brands.

Six standout styles, for ladies and men, are at the heart of the GRAMMY® and Latin GRAMMY® collection that celebrates timeless moments in music history.

Each one intricately detailed, some powered by Bulova’s Precisionist movement, and all punctuated with the globally iconic gramophone logo on the caseback. Altogether it’s a collection that makes a sophisticated statement of style with plenty of staying power.

The Archive Series revives some of Bulova’s iconic designs updated for today’s sensibilities. This year’s Chronograph C, with its bold red/white/blue dial and thick coin-edge case details, may take design inspiration from the 1970s, but its high-performance quartz chronograph movement is definitely 21st century.

A special-edition boxed presentation includes two straps: stainless mesh and navy leather.

The Chronograph C is the second in the Archive Series, following the Moon Watch chronograph, the original which went to the moon in 1971. New for 2017 is the blackout version in matte black IP and a trending black leather NATO-style strap.

The new Curv for Ladies boldly heralds the shape of things to come with three striking styles. Once again Bulova bends the rules with applied design technology to make a refined aerodynamic statement with curved movement, dial, hands and case that exactly follows the wrist, with three-hand multifunction and exhibition case back detail—finished with 26 sparkling diamonds.

One new men’s Curv style continues the breakthrough excitement of the Curv, the world’s first curved chronograph movement, which debuted at Basel in 2016.

The Marine Star Collection debuts new ladies’ all-ceramic case and bracelet styles with diamond accents.

From the Automatic Collection, 1960s-inspired aerojet designs with crown placement at the 2 o’clock position add new dimension to these self-winding movements and open apertures/exhibition case-backs showcasing meticulous craftsmanship.

From the new Modern Collection with metallized edge-to-edge crystal detail and ultra-slim case offers an edgier twist on timeless style, and is available in men’s and ladies’ silhouettes. From the Classic Collection, new day/date features update these well-loved designs.

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