Behind the Nixon x Rolling Stones Collection
The Rolling Stones and Nixon are jamming on a heavy, limited-edition collab. Performing six decades after their beginnings, The Stones are the epitome of multi-generational appeal. This collection adds overdrive to Nixon legacy watches by featuring classic Stones album artwork, graphics and fashion cues.
Spanning the spectrum across the high and low ends of the Nixon collection, this two-part collab features analogs and digitals, watch bands, hats and even a wall clock. Produced in partnership with Bravado, this collection unites Nixon with pioneers in rock ‘n’ roll for the show of a lifetime.
Behind the Scenes of the Nixon x Rolling Stones Watches
Made for the tastefully distinguished professional with an eye for detail, the Rolling Stones Primacy weaves together rock and roll with artsy yet elevated style. A woven dial on the Primacy features the Rolling Stones Tongue in intricate detail, bringing a crafty vintage look into contemporary ingenuity and design cues. Only 250 made, individually numbered.
Neon sign font, the classic Tongue, and a rock-and-roll subdial—the Rolling Stones 51-30 is loaded with quality tones. The watch’s stainless-steel bracelet features etching designed to mimic the look of guitar amp grill cloth. You can nearly hear the Stones’ early London club shows with this one.
An icon of Nixon heritage riffs with the legacy of the Rolling Stones. This red version of the Nixon x Rolling Stones Time Teller features the spiked Tongue, an iconic image from the 1994 album Voodoo Lounge and subsequent tour imagery and merch.
This marks the first time the Time Teller OPP has been part of a collaboration collection. The Time Teller OPP takes other people’s plastic waste and converts it into a statement-making design. The Rolling Stones version of the Time Teller OPP features the Stones’ Tongue logo that roars off the all-black face and an animal print design on the watch strap.
The Time Teller Acetate uses plant-based composites for a different take on a Nixon classic, bringing a vibrant energy to the watch case and band. The Rolling Stones Time Teller Acetate features an all-gold rendition of the Tongue logo atop a tonal gold face for a guaranteed platinum hit.
The Rolling Stones Staple stands out in the collection. This razor-thin digital watch uses a pattern found on the album cover of Voodoo Lounge to make its statement. Made from Other Peoples’ Plastic, Tthe Rolling Stones Staple is equal parts eco-conscious and rock and roll.
The Rolling Stones Sentry Leather and Thalia Leather paint it black in more ways than one. The Sentry Leather merges a black-tie meets block party look, giving fresh life to a best-selling classic. And the Thalia, a new watch to the Nixon lineup, leans into a minimalistic design with a bold watch face to stand out without overplaying.
Incorporating artwork from The Rolling Stones Tattoo You album, the Sentry Stainless Steel is elegance with an edge. Black and silver, with detail, depth and a date window, this updated Sentry never misses a beat.