New Watches and Vintage Chairs: A Design Match Made in Heaven
AUDEMARS PIGUET ROYAL OAK
Karl Lagerfeld’s favorite watch, the Royal Oak, has been given a royal upgrade in this gold-and-money-green chronograph edition, of which only 125 were made.
Royal Oak Selfwinding Chronograph in yellow gold, $74,800, by Audemars Piguet
MIRRORED SIDE TABLE BY JACQUES GRANGE, FRANCE (1975)
Interior design legend Jacques Grange has worked with a who’s who of fashion royalty: Yves Saint Laurent, Valentino, and Lagerfeld, to name a few. Who knows what this disco-ready mirrored table would say if it could talk?
$3,700 for pair from 1stDibs
TAG HEUER MONACO
The square-faced timepiece has been forever associated with racing ever since Steve McQueen wore a Monaco in 1971’s Le Mans. Reintroduced in titanium, it looks as fast and futuristic today.
Monaco with silver dial in titanium on alligator strap, $7,900, by Tag Heuer
SERIES 8600 CHAIR BY HANS-ULLRICH BITSCH, GERMANY (1982)
With his steel-and-woven-metal chairs, German designer Hans-Ullrich Bitsch updated tubular Bauhaus aesthetics for a new era.
Chair and ottoman, $1,800, from 1stDibs