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Briston launches Clubmaster Classic Terracotta Collection, says time is right for desert chic

High-end fashion watch maker Briston has launched the Clubmaster Classic Terracotta Collection, introducing four warmer dial shades for the summer season.

The sporty new Briston models feature Briston’s characteristic cambered-square 40 x 40mm case in tortoise shell acetate, with a choice of four, unique dial options (vanilla, nude, caramel and chocolate), in stylish matt powder finish.  

The watches come with a standard interchangeable NATO nylon strap, for that classic Briston preppy look. 

This Clubmaster Classic line features a Quartz Miyota OS21 movement, and the hands are Rhodium-plated with white Superluminova inserts

The watches come with a standard interchangeable NATO nylon strap, for that classic Briston preppy look…

Available in stainless steel, rose gold or yellow gold PVD, we think these timepieces will offer a touch of desert chic to any SS21 wardrobe.

The Briston Terracotta collection is priced from £245, and are available now at Wolfandbadger.com.

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