Icons of Adventure

News | 7 January 2015

A Bold Venture

A Tudor watch doesn’t just exist to tell time. Rather, with it strapped to your wrist, you feel compelled to fulfil its potential, and it becomes the starting point to a life of boundless adventure and possibility. Photographer – Munster, International Fashion Editor – Sarah Ann Murray


The Modern Adventurer


Tudor Heritage Ranger in steel case and tobacco-brown bund strap. Grey wool duffle coat with faux-fur trimmed hood, Ermenegildo Zegna Couture; grey, white and brown marl-knit jumper, Missoni; grey cotton shirt, Richard James; brown striped wool tie, Huntsman; burgundy leather rucksack, Berluti.


The Motorist


Tudor Heritage Chrono in steel case and black, grey and orange fabric strap. Olive leather double-breasted overcoat with black faux-fur lining, Crombie; green tweed hacking suit jacket, and dark brown wool tie, both Huntsman; brown cotton-flannel safari shirt, William & Son. Gold vintage tiepin, and brown leather gloves, both property of The Rake.


The Mariner


Tudor Pelagos in titanium case and black rubber strap. Blue and white breton-striped cotton sweater, A.P.C.; blue cotton-denim tailored trousers, Thom Sweeney; black, white and gold silk pocket square, Mariano Rubinacci; woven leather bracelets, Tod’s; coffee-brown leather tassel loafers, Pal Zileri. Deep-blue wool-fresco double-breasted blazer, Chester Barrie; blue and white check cotton floral boutonnière (both property of The Rake).


Created by The Rake for Tudor



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