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Links of London unveils Driver collection

British watch and jewellery brand Links of London has unveiled its new watch offering for autumn winter 2016 following the recent Baselworld show.

For this year, the brand has extended its Driver collection for men and women, signalling the first Links of London watch collection.

The Driver Dashboard model is expected to be the hero piece of the collection, launched alongside a number of other distinctive watch models.

Links of London watches

Links of London watches

Links of London watches

Inspired by the dashboards of luxury British sports cars, the Swiss made Driver Dashboard timepiece is available in three bold colours.

The Driver British and Driver Skeleton models feature asymmetrical design twists embellished with traditional British patterns (including pinstripe and herringbone) and asymmetrical Roman numerals.

The new Driver Mini Tonneau and Driver Mini Round are introduced to the Driver collection for ladies.

The designs are available in a vintage ellipse shaped case with art deco characteristics or in a bold yet elegant round case with strong characteristics.

Femininity is further reflected in the new Sweetie Sweetheart design, adding to the iconic Sweetie watch collection.

The numeral-free oval dial is available in a combination of metals, including stainless steel, rose gold tone and yellow gold tone.

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