MB&F Dinner photo report  0 Comments


It was horologically and gastronomically satisfying evening for a small group of MB&F fans that was gathered to see for the first time in Singapore the new No.2 from MB&F. Irene Gan from the Hour Glass kindly modelled for me to show how it looks on a lady's wrist. With the trend in fashion, women are finding it much more comfortable with large timepieces than 5 years ago. For them, its a fashion accessory - not a watch.
Curious, some decades ago - during my mother's youth, jewelry watches had dials no larger than a small penny. Back then women were full bodied and watches were small. Now women are waifs and the watches are enormous!
Here are the images filed and reported by Su Jia Xian - The Dinner Report.
To appreciate how it looks like on men's wrists, check out my thread here - How the MB&F No.2 looks on the wrist.



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