“Every year in Mexico, celebrations honoring the dead brighten up the whole country. Classified as part of UNESCO’s “Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity” since 2003, the “Día de los Muertos” is the most important date in the Mexican calendar. RJ-Romain Jerome has decided to pay tribute to this traditional custom with a watch in which every detail echoes the joyful, colorful festivities that accompany the Day of the Dead.” taken from Romain Jerome site.
I am into skulls and spikes and punk accessories, and I like this watch for being so colorful! I don’t see myself wearing it 24/7 for 365 days, but still it will make me smile and lift my spirits on a dull day.
Photo courtesy of The Fly Candy Post.