This Watch is Inspired by the Simplicity in Japanese Design

By: Mishal Omar - Aug 22, 2016
References: alessioromanodesign & dezeen
This monochrome chronograph comes in two different colors -- both of which emphasize sleek minimalism over complexity in design.

The device was created by the Italian designer Alessio Romano for Dezeen's watch store titled 'Projects.' Inspired by Japanese fashions and styles as many artists and designers are, the watch is equal parts luxurious-looking and minimal. The monochrome chronographs come in two different colors -- a black and white and an all-black. Each of the watches have subtle number labels, sleek watch hands and three sub-dials that function as a stopwatch, a second tracker and a 24-hour time measure.

These watches combine Italian and Japanese styles and qualities to form a device that is multi-functional and that will suit a multitude of individual styles.