Rado Draws From the Palettes of Le Corbusier for New True Square Thinline Collection

Following the release of the Great Gardens of the World Watch collaboration, Rado has recently revealed a new collection inspired by the wonderous architecture of Le Corbusier, going by the name of True Square Thinline Les Couleurs™ Le Corbusier.

Arriving in three different colorways, the new reference comes in a sleek, monobloc case, starring a minimalistic, tone-on-tone dial in a sun-brushed finish. The Iron Gray variant is accentuated by a bright turquoise hue known as Grayed English Green, meanwhile, the Gray Brown features Cream White color accents. The Ivory Black version is dressed in its namesake hue from the case, and bracelet to the dial and all its embellishments.

The caseback is crafted in titanium, with its sapphire crystal emblazoned with its designated Le Corbusier color stripe, an imprint that reads “Le Corbusier POLYCHROMIE ARCHITECTURALE,” as well as a unique batch number. As for movement, the reference is equipped with three bars of water resistance and is powered by Rado’s in-house R420 quartz movement.

Limited to 999 examples per colorway, the trio of True Square Thinline X Les Couleurs™ Le Corbusier watches are now available via Rado for the price of $2,400 USD each.

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