When time is of the essence, a watch isn’t just a watch — it’s a lifeline. In moments like that, you’ll want a watch like these.
Cartier: Santos 100 Carbon
The matte carbon coating adds an air of sophistication — and intrigue — to Cartier’s flagship square model.
Suede jacket ($900) by Tiger of Sweden Jeans Resin hard case ($55) by Pelican
Oris: Force Recon GMT
Designed specifically for use by the United States Marine Corps Force Reconnaissance unit, this watch is near-unbreakable, waterproof to 1,000 metres, and as handsome with a suit as it is with a wetsuit.
Neoprene rash guard ($95) by Level Six, at MEC
TAG Heuer: Heuer 01
Black titanium case and bezel. Black skeleton dial. Black rubber strap. This is your watch for covert ops — or standing out in less dire circumstances.
Wool turtleneck ($180) by Tiger of Sweden
IWC: Pilot’s Watch Chronograph
A pilot’s watch, with its dark face and easy-to-read numbers, is built for adventure. This version adds one of the strongest chronographs in the game.
$8,050 at Humbertown Jewellers
Wool blazer ($700) and cotton button up shirt ($160) by Strellson; aluminum briefcase ($760) by Rimowa
Tiffany & Co.: Tiffany CT60 Annual Calendar
Tiffany has been making men’s watches for more than 150 years; this 18-carat rose gold version might be its best yet.
Wool-silk blend tuxedo jacket ($850) and cotton button up shirt ($175) by HUGO. On her: Moonstone ($1,520), onyx ($1,475), pearl ($1,100), and diamond ($810) rings by Erin Tracy.
Breitling: Exospace B55
This Breitling is straight out of Q’s gadget lab. The SuperQuartz movement helps the analog watch not only keep time but talk to your smartphone so you can synchronize, set the time, and even get notified of incoming phone calls.
Polyester-cotton blend quilted jacket ($350) by Strellson
Rolex: Oyster Perpetual GMT-Master II
An update on a classic, this Rolex now features a stainless-steel bracelet, a 24-hour rotatable bezel, and a proprietary self-winding movement.
Leather jacket ($1,100) by Tiger of Sweden; cotton denim ($110) by Levi’s