Having recently celebrated its 70th anniversary, ORIENT STAR announces the new additions to its Contemporary Collection, the Layered Skeleton. The four new watches, which include one limited-edition 70th anniversary model, are inspired by the elegant layering of fabrics, drapes, curves and textiles seen in business suits. In celebration of this special anniversary, ORIENT STAR is inviting Watchuseek readers to take part in a survey with the chance of winning an ORIENT STAR Layered Skeleton.

ORIENT STAR is a Japanese watch brand, internationally known and respected for producing its own watch designs and craftsmanship, as well as in-house movements. Established in 1951, ORIENT STAR is the luxury counterpart to ORIENT Watches. The name “STAR” embodies the brand’s goal of creating timepieces that outshine all others in the watch world in respect of design, components, and manufacturing. The mission: offer fine quality, attainable timepieces with enduring style. Movements, both mechanical and quartz, are manufactured in-house where ORIENT ensures the highest possible quality for its customers. Functionality is teamed with timeless style, as is evident throughout its existing collections.

There are three collections within the ORIENT and ORIENT STAR brands – the Contemporary which offers various case sizes from less than 31mm to over 40mm, the Classic which has a range of beautiful, refined watches featuring date functions and power reserve indicators, and the Sports which is urban in style and provides 200 meters water resistance. Whether you prefer a dress watch or a dive watch, there’s a watch for you.

This year ORIENT STAR is pleased to introduce this new addition to its Contemporary Collection, the Layered Skeleton. Japan is known for its innovative and contemporary take on men’s fashion and so it only seems fitting that ORIENT STAR sought to embed such designs in its dials, referencing fine suiting.

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The new Layered Skeleton has a two-layer dial featuring motifs incorporating suit fabric. The upper layer dial represents the outer material of a suit and is designed with a herringbone pattern, while the lower layer dial has a paisley pattern with a sheen reminiscent of Cupra lining. The contrasting fabrics provide a unique accent to the overall look of the watch.

The semi-skeleton opening on the dial is paisley shaped, revealing the inner workings of the hand-winding mechanical movement, the in-house 46-F6 series which has an impressive power reserve of 50 hours. This sense of depth combined with the textile patterns turns the watch into a statement-piece.

The dial is available in brown herringbone, black herringbone, and white herringbone. The brown and black herringbone models are combined with a navy-blue paisley design, providing textural contrast. As a delicate alternative, the white herringbone model is finished with a simple silver-colored lower layer, whilst the blue colored skeletonized hands add a pop of color. There is also a limited-edition model to celebrate the 70th anniversary of ORIENT STAR, featuring a layered green dial highlighted with a navy-blue gradation, limited to just 1,400 pieces worldwide.

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The Layered Skeleton has a dual-curved sapphire crystal and the watch is teamed with a SUS316L stainless steel bracelet.

To learn more about the ORIENT STAR Layered Skeleton timepiece, visit ORIENT Watch Global Site | Homepage.

In a bid to get to know their global fan-base better, ORIENT STAR would like to ask Watchuseek readers to partake in a consumer survey, offering one lucky reader the chance to win an ORIENT STAR Layered Skeleton watch for themselves.

For your chance to win your very own ORIENT STAR timepiece, please
just click this link (or the image below) and fill out the survey.

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