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ABOUT THE MOVADO MUSEUM SPORT COLLECTION
American artist Nathan George Horwitt in the year 1947 pioneered the Museum collection of timepieces for the North American watch company Movado, bringing to the fore an utterly unique and clean face to the models. This soon snowballed into an iconic collection for Movado whose prototype was placed in the Museum of Modern Art in New York. In 1986, the Museum line delineated into 24 distinctively styled time-pieces, one of which was the Museum Sport collection.
The Movado Museum timepieces are highly revered for their unencumbered dial and a single dot placed at the 12 o’ clock position signifying the sun at high noon. This design was revamped to incorporate several trendier functions such as the new minute reflector ring, the luminous hour and minute hands and the round date display. The Museum Sport collection is a perfectly choreographed unity between the classic styling of an elegant time-piece and a sportive decor. The black dial of the watch has gracefully arranged features ensuring reading of this watch a perfect joy. The chronograph function is present in select models featuring exclusive white-tipped hands and an orange highlighted accent that enhances readability. A two-toned case with PVD/Steel or an all black PVD finish helps the collection acquire a rugged charm. This model also sports a perforated black rubber strap or deployment bracelet and anti-reflective sapphire crystal for glare protection.
Wynton Marsalis, who is an internationally acclaimed musician, composer, bandleader and educator is a celebrated brand ambassador for the Movado brand. Baseball superstar, leader and humanitarian Derek Jeter, is also one of the acclaimed brand ambassadors of this company.
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