WSP x Movado by Brandon Bryant

Hey guys hope all is well. Super excited to show you all some of the new content that I am working on. Today’s post is all about the watch. A watch is a strong complement piece to your wardrobe and can tell a lot about your personality from afar. Today’s watch of choice is the Heritage Series Calendoplan Chronograph from Movado

Movado is a Swiss watch company that has a rich history that dates back over 100 plus years. It’s most notably known for its historic Museum dial that traces back to artists from the modern design movement in the early 1900’s.

Now onto the outfit. I decided to focus on a look that is perfect for the hottest days during the summer. In NYC during July and August the heat can be 90+ degrees, so thought it would be helpful to shed some light on how to look good in the heat. So the outfit is pretty simple; chambray shirt, swimming trunks (protip - always feel free to wear trunks as shorts!!), white sneakers and of course a staple time piece that can elevate the outfit.

My favorite features about this watch:

  1. Chronograph

  2. Keeps date, day and seconds

  3. Rose Gold casing

  4. Brown leather Strap

  5. Very versatile and compliments my wardrobe

  6. Watch face is just the right size (43 mm) for my wrist




Post Details

Photographer: Nick Urteaga (@coastal_flicks)

Location: Soho, New York

In partnership with Movado

Attire Details (make sure to click the bold words and check them out):

Dress Shirt : Gant

Shorts: Taylor Vintage

Shoes: Blake McKay


Well that’s all for now, let me know your thoughts. Talk soon!

Thank you for reading and Let Your Voice Be Heard Below!!


WSP x Miami by Brandon Bryant


Last week I packed my bags and ventured down to Miami for a quick getaway. Before I left, I told you what to pack, but now that I’m back, I absolutely must tell you what you can’t miss in the Sunshine State. Miami is famous for its music scene, but what you may not know is that it’s also home to an unbelievably impressive art culture.

While I was there, I had the chance to visit Wynwood, my favorite part of Miami. Wynwood is to Miami what Williamsburg is to the Brooklyn hipster crowd – young entrepreneurs and warehouse graffiti are in no short supply. As home to the Art Basel, the Wynwood Walls are a collection of commissioned and protected murals done by incredibly talented artists – you’ll even recognize some big names and famous paintings, above.

It’s easy to get lost in the constant EDM pool party that is Miami, but it’s just as easy to get lost in the amazing graffiti that is not only modernizing art, but also redefining art for the next generation. I tip my hat to the exceptional talent featured on the Wynwood Walls and invite you to tell me your favorite piece! C’mon over.