In the wake of the first collaboration between RJ-Romain Jerome and The Pokémon Company International, the two corporations have partnered again to release a unique timepiece, exclusive in concept and rare in quantity.
Pens and watches go hand-in-hand. Lovers of (fountain) pens and watches have an introverted yet strong common bond. After all, sophisticated and highly competent artisanal quality forges a bond. We present you a story in two parts about the parallel world of pens and watches. Yesterday Part 1, today Part 2. Below is a selection of watch brands that couldn't resist the temptation of the traditional writing tool.
This watch carries on where the ‘Pokémon Go’ game leaves off. Those who have completed the entire game should really get this RJ-Romain Jerome as a prize, but that’s not going to happen. To honour the 20th birthday of Pokémon a special variant has been created of the 46mm titanium Moon Invader with the world’s most famous ‘pocket monster’ of them all, Pikachu, on the dial.
Skulls are making their way onto space with the new Skylab 48 Skull collection. The independent Swiss maison rocks things up by adding a more unconventional touch to its technical skeleton timepiece. With its transparency and the distinctive skull, the 48mm case timepiece is a nod to the trend “Skulls n‘wheels” – which consists of placing skulls on cars’ wheels, rim and hubcap – stemming from street culture and mostly skateboarding.
Nostalgia mania in full swing with this new an playful creation by Romain Jerome. Once again the Swiss brand cooperated with Nintendo to create a timepiece that’s a must have for every nostalgic gamer: the Romain Jerome Super Mario Bros. watch. The watch is released in honor of the game’s 30th anniversary this year. Romain Jerome has recreated the essence of the original Super Mario Bros. game, including Nintendo’s legendary character Mario dressed in his red shirt and blue overall with his famous jump, and the iconic mushroom.