Tissot Time

Steven OnojaI wasn’t able to attend fashion week this season due to my travel schedule but I was able to catch some last minute events in the city during my transition. I recently got this suit from Darkoh Menswear because I instantly fell in love with the color, it’s not burgundy or red stripe, it’s something in between and that’s how I was sold on it. The best part about styling it up though is, of course, the accessories! They give every outfit a little more personality and character and this time I went all out ‘gentleman-on-the-go’. I got by with a little help from my friends in the form of designer shades, widebrim hat and my new favorite, the Tissot timepiece.
Steven Onoja
Steven Onoja
Steven Onoja
Keep in mind these watches range anywhere from $200 to $6000, so it’s at the forefront of Luxury. It was pure bliss having this piece, you can tell that the whole brand is really passionate. No wonder the NBA would want to work with a brand as classy and elegant as Tissot, it was breathtaking! It’ll be an experience I’ll never forget, wearing Tissot collaboration with NBA.You don’t have to be rich to have nice style and that’s one of the main reasons why I teamed up with them.
Steven Onoja
Steven Onoja
Tissot and the NBA have announced a groundbreaking global partnership as Tissot becomes the first official Timekeeper of the NBA. Tissot is launching the NBA Watch Collection with 3 models. Additionally, each team partner will launch a special edition collection of the Tissot Quickster starting with five NBA teams: Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles, Lakers, Miami Heat, New York Knicks and San Antonio Spurs. It’s going to be available for sale in Tissot Boutiques, Key retails partners like Macy’s.
Steven Onoja
HUGE, huge thank you to the Tissot team for this experience, It was an absolute pleasure seeing myself in this watch and showcasing their wonderful products. I recommend it for you, or as a gift for loved ones during the Valentine’s season. check out more pieces here

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