Designed by Roger Tallon in the mid ’70’s this LIP watch is a veritable classic. Good design keeps getting better with age.
This true to the original style was originally designed by Tallon in 1975 and most recently updated by designer Prisca Briquet for the innovative French brand LIP.
In the 1960s and 1970s, LIP enlisted a handful of top French industrial designers, architects, interior decorators, and graphic designers to bring their truly original ideas of timekeeping to life in a series of watches. Among them was the prolific Roger Tallon, who designed everything from high-speed French TGV trains to the 1964 Helicoid Staircase (part of the MoMa Design Collection). Tallon’s LIP designs include the iconic Mach 2000 series.