Under a licensing agreement with Kodak, the American giant in the production of cinematographic films, Italian premium watch manufacturer D1 Milano presents the Kodachrome Analog Watch Limited Edition.
The digital launch in the Philippines was attended by CEO and Founder of D1 Milano Dario Sapallone, and local celebrity and fashion photographer Jack Alindahao, who talked about everything they are most passionate about: watches and photography.
The Kodachrome Analog Watch is named after the first successful colour reversal film introduced by Eastman Kodak Company in 1935, and aims to draw a connection to the history of vintage cameras and rollers. The contrast of the black polycarbonate to the red and yellow dial reflects the playful soul of this world-famous brand while staying true to the DNA of D1 Milano.
The packaging for this special edition has also embarked on a complete transformation. The watch will be contained in a logo-engraved aluminum cylinder, an innovation drawn from past film canisters. Alongside it will be a disposable KODAK Single Use Camera featuring customized D1 Milano graphics.
The Polycarbon Kodachrome Analog Watch Limited Edition presents a metal bezel in a black PVD finish, and a 40.5mm diameter case made of polycarbonate material with a soft touch finish. The glass dial of the watch features a convex lens on the date, which is characterized by the lenses of KODAK Cameras.
To learn more about this limited edition watch, visit D! Milano’s website