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MB&F creates wearable art with their LM1 by Alain Silberstein

A colorful expression of sophisticated watch engineering.
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Photo: MB&F

Photo: MB&F

In the watch world, there are very few companies that can rival the creativity and the outright fun that the designers at MB&F bring to the table. The latest version of their LM1 brings in French designer Alain Silberstein who delivers a splash of color to the highly complex timepiece.

One of the most striking elements of the watch's design is the sapphire crystal balance bridge that took over two years of development to accomplish. You'll also find vibrant hits of color throughout the dial, adding a nice bit of contrast to the red gold, titanium, or black PVD case with each piece limited to just 12 examples in each color.

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