Vivienne Westwood watches take inspiration from iconic London streets


Autumn/Winter Vivienne Westwood watch collections are highlighting the London roots of the fashion icon.

Two ranges of unisex’s watches, Savile and The Mall, are named after famous streets in the heart of the capital’s famous Mayfair borough.


Savile Watch, named after the famous Savile Row, is a sleek timepiece that has been expertly tailored for the wrist.

Although it is considered a last bastion of tradition, Savile Row also became a cultural hot spot in the 1960s and has influenced Vivienne Westwood designs since the 1980s.

Two colourways of Savile Watch are being released, one with a blue sunray dial and the other in forest green. They have faceted teardrop hour markers and Vivienne Westwood’s orb branding.

The Savile.

Both are offered on two-tone bracelets.

Savile Watches are added to the Vivienne Westwood Time Machine and retail for £225 to £235.

The Mall is more about angles and chamfers that you might see in the architecture alongside the iconic thoroughfare that runs from Trafalgar Square to Buckingham Palace.

They use cushion shaped case finished with a Vivienne Westwood London etched bezel and come in three distinct colourways; gold with jet black dial, gun metal with dark grey dial, and a silver case with warm grey dial.

The sunray dials are enhanced by the gold and rose gold hour markers, hands, and signature orb motif.

They are on sale now for £250 to £265.

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