The Apple x Hermès Smartwatch A Fashionable Tool Designed for Modern Life

The Apple and Hermès collaboration continues. It is a partnership based on parallel thinking, singular vision, and mutual regard for a fresh new expression.

Apple and Hermès, have joined forces again. Together they have come up with the Apple Watch Hermès Series 4 collection. It is a colourful range that shows off a new watch face accompanied with some striking leather bands showcases.

The extra-long leather band of the iconic Double Tour wraps elegantly twice around the wrist Image Credit: Hermès

Designed by both Apple and Hermès, the watch face showcases the colour of time: as the minute hand moves forward, the screen shifts from one colour to the other, allowing the wearer to tell the time at a glance. Design-wise, the watch is available in two popular styles, an extra-long leather band that wraps twice around the wrist and the classic Hermès design where the buckle recalls those on the straps of a horse’s girth, a nod to the equestrian heritage of Hermès. Other bands include the Single Tour Rallye a band in fauve grained Barénia calfskin that references the design of the classic Hermès driving glove, the exclusive Hermès Sport Band and the sleek Single Tour Deployment Buckle.

The Single Tour Rallye a band in fauve grained Barénia calfskin Image Credit: Hermès

You can discover the new collection now. It is available in five colourways and can be paired with either a 40mm or 44mm stainless steel cases. Note that not all the bands are can be paired with both steel cases. Also Apple Watch and iPhone service provider must be the same. The Apple Watch Series 4 (GPS + Cellular) requires an iPhone 6 or later with iOS 12 or later. The new collection is available to order at

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