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Published: Dec 7, 2018 11:02:15 AM IST

Victorinox’s new Navy Camouflage collection is characterised by the dominant shades of blue and grey, and are available in three models—Classic, Huntsman and Skipper. The Classic is compact, with a blade, scissors, nail file, and more. The Huntsman is packed with functionality, including, two blades, a wood saw, and a can opener. The Skipper, among other features, has a large, strong one-hand blade with a wavy edge, and a shackle opener with marlin spike. victorinox.com

Moët & Chandon’s holiday-season limited-edition bottle is designed to pay homage to the French art de vivre or ‘art of living’, which is a combination of values embedded in French culture that celebrate a taste for refinement, perfected know-how, signature style, attention to detail, and an elegant art of hosting. The champagne, Moët Impérial, is a signature expression of the House style, and brings together three main grape varieties of Champagne and the Maison’s ancestral winemaking tradition. moet.com
Following the success of the 2017 Presage series, inspired by cocktails created by Hisashi Kishi, head bartender at Tokyo’s Star Bar and winner of the International Bar Association World Championships, Seiko has launched a new limited edition watch, again based on one of Kishi’s creations. The cool and pure appearance of his Fuyugeshiki cocktail is reflected in the dial. The word Fuyugeshiki means a winter scene, and the textured and clear dial captures the bright light of a clear winter’s day. seikowatches.com

Zemi Aria, designed by Francesco Pellisari and Ron Arand, is a spherical, wireless speaker, handmade in ceramic. It features hi-fidelity Apple Airplay and Bluetooth technology, three powerful amplifiers of 125W, a patented bass optimisation, and a carbon composite woofer. anushagroup.com


(This story appears in the 23 November, 2018 issue of Forbes India. To visit our Archives, click here.)