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Meet Parisian models and UN Human Rights Defenders, Maria and Pierrick

Amy Mokris

While in Paris, we caught up with the Maria and Pierrick, talented models and human rights defenders for the UN. Not only did they style a few looks with our timepieces, but they also shared some thoughts on the power of creation and the need for government to encourage artistic expression and freedom of speech. Catch more from our photoshoot below.

Art is a reflection of the state of the world. To kill or stifle the funding of the arts, is to deprive the people of their only means of expression.
The art of creating is powerful. It serves a purpose; it develops the mind and improves the human soul.
Freedom of speech and artistic expression connected man to man; it makes all of your ideas, thoughts and dreams a concrete reality. In so many ways, it’s a reflection of the soul.

Shop the looks:

Mykonos
from 180.00
Milan
from 160.00
Seattle
from 160.00

HIS LE COEUR; The Cambridge and Oslo, styled by Junar

Amy Mokris

We had the pleasure of having Junar to the studio to style both the Cambridge and Oslo with some of his favorite layered pieces, ready for the cooler winter season while keeping the look sharp and personalized. Explore the photos below for more from our time with the Chicago-based music producer, DJ and stylist, and to see how he pairs some of the classics with our new Cambridge and Oslo chronos.


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Cambridge
from 245.00
Oslo
from 245.00

Meet Hong Kong Native and Aussie musician, Janni

Zoey Bloom

This past weekend, we caught up with musician and artist Janni Pan to explore a few of Hong Kong Island's favored neighborhoods. Gracious, joyful, and genuine, Janni has a warmth about her that's immediately noticed. Read on as she chats with us about her personal style, what's been inspiring her lately, and how music has shaped her life.

I draw inspiration from anywhere. I’m definitely someone who is really influenced by emotions I have in the moment. Or I might have a random melody, or line pop into my head, and I’ll work and develop from that idea. I always have an open note on my phone full of random lyrics I’ve written while commuting to and from work. You’ll sometimes find me singing into my phone to record a melody. I write about my own personal experiences and I also draw external influences a lot.
— ON WHAT INSPIRES HER WORK
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Although I’ve spent the majority of my upbringing in Hong Kong, I will say that I was brought up with a very western mind set. In terms of music, I’m very open-minded and like to listen to a variety of different genres. I love mainstream pop, but I’ve also learnt to appreciate old-school jazz, blues, techno, etc.
— ON HER UPBRINGING SHAPING HER TASTE
I feel that being able to manage your own time is the greatest freedom you can have. Waking up and knowing that I’m in full control of what I do today... [that’s] empowering.
— ON WHAT TIME MEANS TO HER
I’m loving the Milan! The gold casing just matches so well against the black. I also liked the New York - it was hard to choose!
— ON HER FAVORITE LE COEUR TIMEPIECE
My personal style is different every day. It depends on my mood, or sometimes I may wake up wanting to go for a particular vibe or look. I can go from super sporty, to super feminine in a flash. That’s what I love about fashion - you can reinvent yourself everyday.
— ON HER PERSONAL STYLE
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This one’s from my dad: “don’t worry about failures, what’s better lies ahead.”
— ON HER FAVORITE QUOTE

SHOP JANNI'S LOOK:

Milan
from 160.00

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Meet Chicagoan and Branding Creative, Adeline

Amy Mokris

We caught up with Chicagoan Adeline Ania, the marketing guru behind Wicker Park's hippest pizza hub Dimo's, sales rep at Oak + Fort and contributing writer at Off-Kilter. Read on as the PR student and Algerian native shares with us her biggest inspiration, favorite way to spend time and how she sources her classic sense of style.

Traveling has provided a lot of perspective and insight for me. I came to America at a really young age, so learning about my country’s culture and history has also brought me a great deal of peace.

The concept of feeling misaligned with my true origins has made its way into a lot of my personal work and writing. I also like to explore the ideas of loneliness and connecting with others, respectively.
— ON WHAT INSPIRES HER WORK
I think that the older I get, the more my time becomes a precious resource to me. I love spending time alone, visiting museums, flipping through art books and fashion magazines. I love reading and watching films. Quiet is very sacred to me, especially on rare days off, so I channel activities that can be done in calm settings.
— ON WHAT IT MEANS TO SPEND TIME MEANIGFULLY
I think all the timepieces embody simplicity and elegance, but I especially love the casual tones in the brown band balanced with the rose gold face of the Lisbon.
— ON HER FAVORITE LE COEUR TIMEPIECE
Easy.
— ON HER STYLE, DESCRIBED

SHOP ADELINE'S LOOK:

Lisbon
from 160.00

Le Coeur Lookbook Preview

Amy Mokris

We had the honor of shooting our lookbook with two of our all time favorites today. Our first branding pub will feature our original line of watches set against the industrial grays and blues of downtown Chicago's Jay Pritzker Pavilion. Preview the lookbook below and check back in a few weeks to browse a digital version of the full publication!

Shop the shots (in order): Johnny's rocking our monochrome all-black New York, Jamie's seen in our black and white Tokyo, and finally the duo takes turns sporting the rose gold and walnut leather of our Lisbon.