Why do car guys like watches?
According to Tim Scott, well-known car photographer, it's because "there's a design thing about them that's very sexy and beautiful. I can guarantee that if I wear a good watch amongst car people, it'll take me into endless conversation—it's like
When it comes to starting a watch collection, sometimes it’s best to start strong. You might have heard about the fabled “one watch” collection—the idea that a single timepiece offers everything you could need. Now, whether you’re looking to challenge yourself to that kind of
Elvis Presley defined early rock ‘n’ roll. As a child, he showed an interest in music and by the time he turned twenty, he had quickly risen to fame around the globe. Although his life was cut short at the young age of 42, his
Matt Hranek is a man of serious style. His current gig as men's style editor at Condé Nast Traveler takes him all over the world—which makes him the envy of at least the C&C office. And to boot, he gets to sample the best examples
Before we get to Ed and his watches, we first have to talk about the Cannonball Run.
The original, illegal Cannonball Baker Sea-To-Shining-Sea Memorial Trophy Dash—or Cannonball Run, as it's commonly known—took place five times between 1971 and 1979. Organizer Brock Yates imagined it as a rebellion
The watch community at large is a truly massive network. Around the world, collectors and enthusiasts gather to online forums, social media, and comment sections. And thanks to Adam Craniotes, they also congregate in-person at Redbar events all over.
Craniotes founded the Redbar Crew in 2007
The life of a celebrity is an interesting one, to be sure. They put in the work, of course, that makes them famous, but they're set apart from the world at large. Scrutinized to a degree unlike any other. However, the brands they endorse can
Since 2011, co-founders Blake Malin and Zach Weiss have managed to turn their love of watches into a business. Worn & Wound (for those who aren't familiar) is a two-fold endeavor. It started out as a watch blog and has since grown into selling original leather
To say George Bamford is a polarizing figure among watch lovers may be an understatement. But purist or not, you have to recognize that George Bamford–and his company Bamford Watch Department–are very good at what they do.
Bamford has been in the watch modification game since
Frank Sinatra has been a household name since his career first took off in the early 1940s. At just eight years old, he was performing for tips at a local nightclub in his hometown of Hoboken, New Jersey. By twenty, he joined a quartet called