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FWIW, one of my young internet marketing kingpin buddies recently bought a Montblanc Timewalker chrono specifically because they are well made and modern but are far more "incogneto" than his gold sub.   Although, in truth, nearly ANYTHING would have been more incogneto than his gold sub.    Anyhow, Montblanc does seem to be coming along. Having held a number of their pieces and hobnobbed with some shopkeepers (which got me my catalog; anyone want it?) I imagine it to...
 You could check this out: https://www.sfbags.com/collections/laptop-bags/products/hardcase-macbook-case It's pretty stealth and fairly well made. Not much room inside though. So you've really got to be a minimalist. 
@Sweden    I'm just going to come out and say it. The models you feel are within your range are rather concerning.   I think the best strategy might be to save up a grand in cash first, and then find a pre-owned watch shop with a good reputation that will take your watch as a trade towards a newer Explorer. It's a common enough model that most pre-owned shops that deal volume in Rolex will have at least one to sell on a monthly basis.   The shop will probably want to...
If you want to keep them clean. Nothing says "non-baller" like a shabby white garment. 
Seems like most stockists favor navy and white models when it comes to these luxury slip-on sneakers. Safe bets, no doubt, but vexing, as I don't have the patience for white footwear and navy, well, I wear enough denim for that not to be practical. Love the look of those navy Butteros though.
The crown of that Rolex so close to the Patek's case is giving me a touch of scratch anxiety...
Diemme does have some interesting models...   Purple croc anyone?       Yeah baby blue python.
Absolutely stunning @brax. I can only imagine that your heart skipped a beat when the clasp first clicked shut around your wrist.    Amazing how keenly Patek can stay true to a classic aesthetic sensibility while producing something with a substantial degree of modern relevance.   May you and a long line of progeny wear it in good health. 
 Yes! Thanks NWI. (And yes, @Find Finn) Gonna pick up a pair of these soon (or something like them). In my search, I actually found a guy in Italy who makes and sells similar sneakers on Etsy. Never expected to see shoemakers on Etsy...
Who made those great Italian woven leather slip-on sneakers I saw somehwere on SF months ago? It was like if CP made Rivieras.
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