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These wrist watches are made with real wine

Wine has many uses, now it's a fashion statement you can wear proudly on your wrist. The Somm Collection has been created by the Analog Watch Company, based in Philadelphia in the USA. The wrist straps are custom made with cork and wine and is a wearable piece of jewelry made in a sustainable manner.Analog is a University of the Arts grantee.

These Wine Watches Are a Must-Have for the Dionysus in Us All

Analog Watch Co. is known for making watches out of unconventional materials, genuinely sourced from nature. From wood to marble to flowers and moss, the Philadelphia-based creative studio has made a name for itself branching out (pun intended) from the boring and classic designs other accessory brands churn out on the regular. This time, they have really outdone themselves, creating a watch for the Rosé drinking lush in us all.Analog is a University of the Arts grantee.

This Watch Features Interchangeable Cork Straps Dyed with Wine

The Somm Collection is a minimal, unisex timepiece that smells like wine because it's made real cork dyed with red or blueberry wine (the red and blue bands actually smell like wine!). This is the 5th wristwatch launched by Analog Watch Co., a Philadelphia-based creative studio that focuses on using natural materials, such as moss, marble, wood, flowers—and now wine and cork.
Analog is a University of the Arts Grantee.

Mt. St. Joe alum thrilled by ‘Best of Philly’ selection

Now 30, McCorriston has arrived: She is co-owner of Paradigm Gallery + Studio, a Queen Village art gallery (746 S. 4th St.) touted in Philadelphia Magazine’s 2018 “Best of” issue as the place to “discover up-and-coming artists.’’ And, as an art dealer, she’s found those gray hairs come in handy.

11 cool places to check out at the Bok building (that aren’t the bar)

Transforming bottles ranging from wine to champagne to sparkling water and more, Remark Glass produces a variety of barware, dinnerware, and home decor pieces out of a lower-level studio at Bok. "Our mission is to remove from the waste cycle," says Danielle Ruttenberg, one of the three women who own the business. "