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Thank you. I have been a fan of Pierre Corthay's work for years, and whether by dint of quality or care, all of my Corthays still look pretty good after several years of consistent use in the rotation.Swung by NYC's weekly gathering of the Red Bar Crew last night and glimpsed this well worn Royal Oak Offshore on the wrist of one of the stalwarts.
Getting my beloved a not so impulsive gift as well, for Mother's Day. Not a watch. Even the brushed finish of her 116610LV shows magnificent signs of wear at only about a year old - but that cerachrom bezel still looks perfect.Just some wallet to replace her old one. Heh.
There is a bit of a safety net as Corthay shoes come with a spare pair of laces. But otherwise yes, you'll kind of need to have Pierre Corthay on speed dial if replacement ever becomes an issue.
This overengineered, outsized chunky sculpture in stainless steel makes me ridiculously happy every time it's on my wrist. Love it.Today, the colors of the Hulk. Some aubergine fromCorthay, some green from William Abraham. And a watch that can stand up to the Hulk. If you've got a problem with my sartorial choices, well, you can take it up with the Hulk.
Because both are #BadAssery
Quite like it. And since this is SF...
Today, a monster peeking out from under my denim jacket. #NotAPerpetualCalendar #Oops
My 5711 has pretty much accompanied me through every place and activity I've done. And she has some battle scars to show for it...Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
 Funny how that 114060 works, 'no?
 Thank you, my friend, for a wonderful refresher on this honest, honest woman and her honest body parts. And relevant to TWAT discussions - it's all about proportions, isn't it?  She looks (and moves) perfect - not bad for a lady who's less than five feet tall.
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