Watch and learn

Though it constitutes only a small part of any look, an ill-judged timpiece can ruin even the best outfit. Get your watch wrong and you'll end up looking like a colourblind East End diamond dealer, but get it right and you're one step on the path to style supremacy.

Unveiled during this month's London Design Festival, by British watchmakers Uniform Ware, The 200 series is, without doubt, one of the most covetable range of timepieces we've seen in a while.

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Available in a range of understated finishes, including rose gold and gun metal, the 200 series is a (very slightly) sexed-up follow-on from the similarly pared-down 100 series. And coming in at a very reasonable £215 per piece, there is absolutely no excuse not to buy one. Now.

www.uniformwares.com

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