Sure, hip-hop fashion is dope, but the clothes beg a simple question — i.e., how can I wear flossy streetwear while still representing 310’s white collar set?
Just as hip-hop remixes old music, Stamp does the same with fashion. Using Swiss Signatures’ mechanics, the Stampd Rolex Datejust still has its tight oyster bracelet, self-winding technology, and a bezel that doesn’t wear out or fade in the sun.
The inner bezel is 18K white gold flinted and carries Stamp'ds urban ethos ("Made to make it") plus "Time and I against any two" — a quote by Baltasar Gracián (what, you not up on your proto-existentialists, dawg?).
To give the Rolex a cleaner, more current feel, Stamp removed the numbers and added his monochromized Stars and Stripes for the watch face.
Stampd and Rolex only made 10 watches, and they’re available online.
Hurry up shot calla. Time's running out.