Well, I do know about the theory of colour (Itten) and the painting workshop in Weimar and of course your examples shown are Bauhaus (not the cocktail dress, designed in 1965, this one is Bauhaus inspired). However and this was meant with my puristic comment watches felt under "form follows function" (Max Bill) and colour wasn't part of that drift. Bauhaus wasn't monothestic so I guess we are both right.
The Bauhaus shop is selling this Jacob Jensen as being Bauhaus as well.
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