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Untitled, 1952

Untitled, 1952

Bold and dynamic, this watch pairs a sharp
square dial with a leather strap printed with
Herrera’s 1952 Untitled, inverting black and
white stripes across an asymmetrical axis.

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Blanco y Verde, 1966c

Blanco y Verde, 1966

A truly captivating piece defined by
bright white accented by vibrant green
and custom-cut hands that match the
cutouts of the sculpted dial.

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Amarillo Uno, 1971

Amarillo Uno, 1971

Cast in bold yellow and inky black, the attention
to detail in this timepiece is exquisite – the two
tone-hands are custom cut to perfectly match the
cutouts in the sculpted dial.

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Orange and Red, 1989

Orange and Red, 1989

This watch plays with inversion of color-one of
Herrera’s favorite themes. The leather strap
extends the canvas, perfectly proportioned to
match the orange stripe.

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Night Forest, 2015

Night Forest, 2015

In this timepiece, Herrera’s painting is
reinterpreted, converting the rectangular canvas
into a round dial, then extending it outward onto
the leather strap and mirroring the hues in the
double keepers.

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The Collector’s Edition

The Collector’s Edition

Own the complete collection.
This set includes all five watches in the
Carmen Herrera x Movado Artist Series,
along with an exclusive booklet and
unique packaging.

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Alexi Lubomirski

ALEXI LUBOMIRSKI

Artist Series

In 2020, Movado partnered with renowned celebrity
fashion photographer Alexi Lubomirski to launch it’s first
Artist Series in nearly a decade. The collection paired
the iconic Museum Dial with four of Lubomirski’s
photographs, portraying Alexi’s artistic interpretation of
time through the lens of Light, Water, Illumination and
City Scenes. In keeping with Lubomirski’s environmental
activism and veganism, each watch is fitted with a
vegan strap and used fully vegan, recycled
packaging—a first for Movado as part of a new
initiative towards greater corporate responsibility.

ALEXI LUBOMIRSKI

Artist Series

In 2020, Movado partnered with renowned celebrity
fashion photographer Alexi Lubomirski to launch it’s first
Artist Series in nearly a decade. The collection paired the
iconic Museum Dial with four of Lubomirski’s photographs,
portraying Alexi’s artistic interpretation of time through the
lens of Light, Water, Illumination and City Scenes. In
keeping with Lubomirski’s environmental activism and
veganism, each watch is fitted with a vegan strap and used
fully vegan, recycled packaging-a first for Movado as
part of a new initiative towards greater corporate responsibility.

Chris Benz

CHRIS BENZ

Drip Dot Dials

In 2021, Movado launched a dynamic limited edition
of BOLD watches in collaboration with acclaimed
American fashion designer Chris Benz. Benz offered
a fresh, fashion-forward interpretation of the iconic
Museum Dial in his five Drip Dot Dials.

CHRIS BENZ

Drip Dot Dials

In 2021, Movado launched a dynamic limited edition of
BOLD watches in collaboration with acclaimed American
fashion designer Chris Benz. Benz offered a fresh,
fashion-forward interpretation of the iconic Museum Dial in
his five Drip Dot Dials.

Kenny Scharf

KENNY SCHARF

Artist Series

In 2009, Movado collaborated with American Pop
Surrealist Kenny Scharf to create an eye-catching
collection of seven watches—Movado Time, Burple
Time, Universal Time, Ontime, Starring the Star,
and
Time Flies. Each dial is a colorful, captivating work
of art, housed in a clean round stainless steel case
with a custom-engraved band and finished with two
interchangeable leather straps.

KENNY SCHARF

Artist Series

In 2009, Movado collaborated with American Pop Surrealist
Kenny Scharf to create an eye-catching collection of seven
watches—Movado Time, Burple Time, Universal Time,
Ontime, Starring the Star,
and Time Flies. Each dial is a
colorful, captivating work of art, housed in a clean round
stainless steel case with a custom-engraved band and
finished with two interchangeable leather straps.

Romero Britto

ROMERO BRITTO

Children of the World

Brazilian Pop Artist Romero Britto is known for using
his art to draw attention to important social and
political issues, as he did in 1994 with his Movado
Artist Series, which helped raise funds to benefit
children around the world. Reflecting his belief that
“we should fill our lives with color and hope,” the dial
of Britto’s watch depicts two human faces in vivid red
and orange. The strap continues this exuberant
design in vibrant silk-screened vinyl.

ROMERO BRITTO

Children of the World

Brazilian Pop Artist Romero Britto is known for using his art
to draw attention to important social and political issues, as
he did in 1994 with his Movado Artist Series, which helped
raise funds to benefit children around the world. Reflecting
his belief that “we should fill our lives with color and hope,”
the dial of Britto’s watch depicts two human faces in vivid
red and orange. The strap continues this exuberant design
in vibrant silk-screened vinyl.

Max Bill

MAX BILL

Bill-time

Swiss artist and designer Max Bill is perhaps best
known as the founder of the Concrete Art movement.
His 1993 collaboration with Movado captured his
integration of geometry and color into his art practice.
His Design, Bill-Time, is defined by a graceful gradient
of rainbow hues which achieve a harmony of color and
form. The octagonal case and link bracelets are cast in
silver, reflecting Bill’s background as a silversmith.

MAX BILL

Bill-time

Swiss artist and designer Max Bill is perhaps best known as
the founder of the Concrete Art movement. His 1993
collaboration with Movado captured his integration of
geometry and color into his art practice. His Design,
Bill-Time, is defined by a graceful gradient of rainbow hues
which achieve a harmony of color and form. The octagonal
case and link bracelets are cast in silver, reflecting Bill’s
background as a silversmith.

James Rosenquist

JAMES ROSENQUIST

Elapse, Eclipse, Ellipse

Abstract Impressionist James Rosenquist partnered
with Movado in 1991 to create Elapse, Eclipse,
Ellipse,
a truly unique take on a world-time watch
with three separate mechanical movements. The
free-form case consists of three dials that appear to
melt together, yet each retains its individuality due to
painted dials Rosenquist called “floating pictures.”

JAMES ROSENQUIST

Elapse, Eclipse, Ellipse

Abstract Impressionist James Rosenquist partnered with
Movado in 1991 to create Elapse, Eclipse, Ellipse, a truly
unique take on a world-time watch with three separate
mechanical movements. The free-form case consists of three
dials that appear to melt together, yet each retains its
individuality due to painted dials Rosenquist called
“floating pictures.”

Arman

ARMAN

The Color of Time

In 1990, Movado commissioned Arman, a French
American artist and founder of Nouveau
Réalisme Movement to create The Color of Time, a
limited-edition Artist Watch. This timepiece explores
his recurring theme, “time as the enemy of man.”
On the dial, each hour is represented by colored
brushstrokes, while the hours and minutes are
indicated by two brushes pained on rotating disks
of wafer-thin glass.

ARMAN

The Color of Time

In 1990, Movado commissioned Arman, a French American
artist and founder of Nouveau Réalisme Movement to
create The Color of Time, a limited-edition Artist Watch. This
timepiece explores his recurring theme, “time as the enemy
of man.” On the dial, each hour is represented by colored
brushstrokes, while the hours and minutes are indicated by
two brushes pained on rotating disks of wafer-thin glass.

Yaacov Agam

YAACOV AGAM

Artist Series

In 1989, Movado partnered with Yaccov Agam,
famed Israeli Kinetic artist, to create quartet of
collections: Rainbow, Multidimension, Galaxy, and
Lovestar. Each collection consisted of four pieces—a
pocket watch, a clock, and two wristwatches—that
reflected Agam’s concept of in color motion.

YAACOV AGAM

Artist Series

In 1989, Movado partnered with Yaccov Agam, famed
Israeli Kinetic artist, to create quartet of collections: Rainbow,
Multidimension, Galaxy,
and Lovestar. Each collection
consisted of four pieces—a pocket watch, a clock, and two
wristwatches—that reflected Agam’s concept of in color motion.

Andy Warhol

ANDY WARHOL

Times 5

Movado debuts its first Artist Watch in partnership
with the irrepressible Andy Warhol, a close friend
of Movado CEO Gedalio Grinberg. Designed by
Warhol, the timepiece reflects his fascination with
multiple photographic images and everyday
objects. Produced posthumously in 1987, Times 5
was comprised of five separate watches in
rectangular cases linked to form a bracelet. Each
features a series of black-and-white photos of New
York on the dial.

ANDY WARHOL

Times 5

Movado debuts its first Artist Watch in partnership with the
irrepressible Andy Warhol, a close friend of Movado CEO
Gedalio Grinberg. Designed by Warhol, the timepiece
reflects his fascination with multiple photographic images
and everyday objects. Produced posthumously in 1987,
Times 5 was comprised of five separate watches in
rectangular cases linked to form a bracelet. Each features a
series of black-and-white photos of New York on the dial.

Alexi x Movado Artist Series

MOVADO LAUNCHES

LIMITED EDITION ARTIST SERIES COLLABORATION

WITH CELEBRITY PHOTOGRAPHER ALEXI LUBOMIRSKI

FOUR DOORWAY COLLECTION
The series, featuring vegan straps, represents Alexi's 'four doorways' into veganism. Each timepiece highlights one of Alexi's doorways: love of Animals, the Earth, pursuit of Health and Spirituality. Each symbol represents each doorway and is featured on the iconic Museum Dial at 6 o'clock including special case backs engraved with Alexi's life mottos regarding change. "I Choose to Evolve, I Choose Light, I Choose Love, I Choose Compassion".

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MOVADO LAUNCHES LIMITED EDITION

ARTIST SERIES COLLABORATION WITH

CELEBRITY PHOTOGRAPHER ALEXI LUBOMIRSKI

FOUR DOORWAY COLLECTION
"I Choose to Evolve, I Choose Light, I Choose Love, I Choose Compassion".

Alexi x Movado Artist Series

PHOTOGRAPHIC DIAL COLLECTION

World renowned photographer alexi lubomirski's artist interpretation of
time through the lens light, water, illumination and city scenes

PHOTOGRAPHIC DIAL COLLECTION

World renowned photographer alexi lubomirski's
artist interpretation of time through the lens of
light, water, illumination and city scenes

Alexi x Movado Artist Series

WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT OUR FIRST ARTIST COLLABORATION
IN A DECADE WITH ALEXI LUBOMIRSKI


LUBOMIRSKI'S MOST NOTABLE PROJECTS INCLUDE:
OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER FOR THE 2020 GOLDEN GLOBES; FOUNDER OF CREATIVES4CHANGE, A GLOBAL INITIATIVE TO
ENCOURAGE INFLUENTIAL FASHION INDUSTRY PEOPLE/COMPANIES TO STOP THE USE OF FUR, FEATHERS AND EXOTIC SKINS;
AUTHOR/PHOTOGRAPHER OF DIVERSE BEAUTY ART BOOK AND THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE
2017 ENGAGEMENT AND WEDDING OF PRINCE HARRY AND MEGHAN MARKLE.



"Learning about Alexi and his vision was the catalyst to include him in the latest Movado artist series," said Efraim Grinberg, Chairman
and CEO of Movado Group. "Art comes in many forms and is meant to inspire, make us think and evolve. I was drawn to Alexi as an artist
and specifically by the way he uses his talent and recognition to ignite change in our industry and world - he implements change
without judgement. Alexi's mantra is that small change lead to larger shifts. I felt now was the time for Movado, with its rich Swiss history
and pursuit of constantly improving, to offer vegan straps along with vegan packaging made out of recyclable materials.
We believe all companies need to do their part as responsible corporate citizens."

WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT
OUR FIRST ARTIST COLLABORATION
IN A DECADE WITH ALEXI LUBOMIRSKI


LUBOMIRSKI'S MOST NOTABLE PROJECTS INCLUDE:
OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER FOR THE 2020 GOLDEN
GLOBES; FOUNDER OF CREATIVES4CHANGE,
A GLOBAL INITIATIVE TO ENCOURAGE INFLUENTIAL
FASHION INDUSTRY PEOPLE/COMPANIES TO
STOP THE USE OF FUR, FEATHERS AND EXOTIC SKINS;
AUTHOR/PHOTOGRAPHER OF DIVERSE BEAUTY ART
BOOK AND THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE
2017 ENGAGEMENT AND WEDDING OF
PRINCE HARRY AND MEGHAN MARKLE.



"Learning about Alexi and his vision was the catalyst to include
him in the latest Movado artist series," said Efraim Grinberg,
Chairman and CEO of Movado Group. "Art comes in many forms
and is meant to inspire, make us think and evolve. I was drawn to
Alexi as an artist and specifically by the way he uses his talent
and recognition to ignite change in our industry and world - he
implements change without judgement. Alexi's mantra is that small
change lead to larger shifts. I felt now was the time for Movado,
with its rich Swiss history and pursuit of constantly improving,
to offer vegan straps along with vegan packaging made out of
recyclable materials. We believe all companies need to do their
part as responsible corporate citizens."