What's on Your Wrist: A Continuous Lean's Michael Williams

Whether it's flashy or unassuming, you can tell a lot from a man's watch. Here, we bring you a glimpse of horological inspiration from a top tastemaker. In this edition: a fashion designer's classic find.

Photo: Eugene Tong

Whether it's flashy or unassuming, you can tell a lot from a man's watch. Here, we bring you a glimpse of horological inspiration from a top tastemaker. In this edition: a style blogger's high-end find.

The Subject: Michael Williams, Founder of A Continuous Lean

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The Watch:

__ IWC Portuguese Automatic

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The Details:

__ The Portuguese family of watches was first introduced in 1939 and named after two importers that commissioned the company to produce a wristwatch with the accuracy and size of pocket watch. Features include appliquéd Arabic numerals and a seven-day power reserve.

—Eugene Tong (@DetailsEugene), senior style editor at Details

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