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Ilya Ryvin

Ilya is Worn & Wound's Managing Editor and Video Producer. He believes that when it comes to watches, quality, simplicity and functionality are king. This may very well explain his love for German and military-inspired watches. In addition to watches, Ilya brings an encyclopedic knowledge of leather, denim and all things related to menswear.
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Seiko Teams Up With Japanese Retailer TiCTAC for Two JDM Anniversary Editions (Refs. SZSB006 and SZSB007)

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The latest and greatest from JDM Seiko is brought to you courtesy of Japanese retailer, …
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PSA: The Q Timex is Back in Stock!

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Oh yeah, the Q Timex is back, so now's your shot to pick up this very popular watch for under $200.
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First Look at the Nomos Metro rose gold 33

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The latest addition to the Metro family introduces a smaller case size and renders it in 18kt rose gold.
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The Todd Snyder x Timex Marlin in Olive is the Best One Yet

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When the Timex Marlin first hit shelves back in 2017, it was an immediate hit. Now it's back with a new green dial and gold-tone …
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You’re Invited: Oak & Oscar and Eric Wind Talk Vintage Watches at the Union League Club of Chicago

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Eric Wind is one of the most respected names in the world of vintage watches. Wind previously served as Vice President, Senior Specialist of Watches …
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Mario Andretti and the Story of His Yema Rallye

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Arguably one of the most accomplished and iconic American race car drivers of all time, Mario Andretti has had a long and storied career, taking …
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Discussion: Would You Pay $25 to Own a Piece of a Rolex Daytona?

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Would you buy a piece of a Rolex Daytona as an investment? Otis, a new app-based investment service that launched earlier this year, is banking …
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Review: Serica W.W.W. “WMB” Edition

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Vintage military watches have a vast enthusiast base within the broader collector community, and it’s …