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We Found the Cool New Watch the Stylish Local Celebs Have Been Wearing

We NEED one, too!
We Found the Cool New Watch the Stylish Local Celebs Have Been Wearing
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We NEED one, too!

Time. It's a precious concept that many of us desperately want to have full control over. But while we can't buy time, we can surely watch as the hours pass by in the most stylish way possible—just like these local stars!

Preview girls Janine Gutierrez, Patricia Prieto, Nicole Andersson, Jess Wilson and Preview boys Tim Yap and Vince Uy have been spotted sporting Louis Vuitton's newly launched Tambour watch. This year's release pays an homage to the 2002 version originally designed for the most stylish jetsetters.

The word "tambour" translates to the word "drum," hence its unique and recognizable shape. This form pays tribute to the first portable timepiece in the history of watchmaking. The 2018 release of the Louis Vuitton's Tambour watch comes in different versions fit for different individuals leading distinct lifestyles.

Check out below how our local celebs are wearing theirs!

Janine and Jess are wearing the Tambour Monogram, which features the iconic Louis Vuitton Monogram pattern. Its slim design is perfect for minimalists, too!

Meanwhile, Patricia sports an all-black version of the watch. Her Tambour All Black Petite Seconde reinterprets the Gaston V signature inspired by the world of sports and the House of Louis Vuitton. 

Nicole, on the other hand, wears the Tambour Moon GMT that has a case that represents a variation of the iconic Tambour shape with a unique inward curve, giving the watch a crescent-shaped profile. The concave edge creates a clever play on light and reflections that spread to the case's every curve.

Tim wears the Tambour Chronograph 46, which features an exclusive tricolor design inspired by the world of sailing. It has a chronograph function and can be worn with an interchangeable strap equipped with Louis Vuitton's patented system.

Vince's Tambour watch recalls the Louis Vuitton legacy of Monogram canvas. It illustrates the Louis Vuitton art of traveling, equipped with the automatic GMT function that lets the wearer see two different time zones.