Tomorrow the Swatch Fall Winter Collection 2013 will be officially presented. Discover the new Swatch Fall Winter Les Années Folles today at watch-insider.com

Isn’t She Lovely? She takes delight in all things bold and beautiful, especially such wonderful things as these. These are les Années Folles…

Wise to street signals and signs of change, Swatch delivers a wide-ranging array of intriguing new models for its Fall Winter Collection 2013. The new collection explores themes and variations trending now: contemporary colors, patterns, textures and shapes capture culture emerging in the streets. A dazzling retro interlude sees streamlined forms paying homage to the legendary Années Folles. In Urban Expression, writers and artists turn streets into galleries, taking tags, bright freestyle graphics and sharp street wit to the wrist. The art of deception takes a playful turn in Trompe l’Oeil, and for the holiday season, Swatch turns on the glam in black and white for Late Night Glam – sparkling entertainment after hours.

All in all, you see a stylish sampling of the times in more than 90 new models.

Isn’t She Lovely? She takes delight in all things bold and beautiful, especially such wonderful things as these. Their elegance has never been matched, their style still captures the eye and heart. Tortoise shell bracelets and stylish forms pay homage to those crazy years—les années folles—when elegance was an artful game that everyone was free to play. Inspired by the decorative arts of the time, three Swatch tortoise shell models—a Gent, a Lady and a Square—present contemporary variations. A fourth presents a refined selection of pearls.

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