This week on the Worn & Wound podcast, Zach Weiss and Blake Malin talk to Paul Sweetenham, founder of Farer. Farer is one of the most promising and active independent brands to have launched in recent memory. Paul was last on the podcast in 2017, and in the time since his last appearance, the brand has successfully debuted a series of impressive watches with interesting complications, uncommon movements, and Farer’s trademark bold use of color. In this episode, Zach and Blake catch up with Paul and discuss a wide variety of topics, including Farer’s recent releases, and the influence of car culture on Farer’s design language. We also get a preview of where the brand is heading over the course of the next year.
This week’s episode is brought to you by the Windup Watch Shop.
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- Paul’s wrist check: Farer Aldrich World Timer
- Blake’s wrist check: Worn & Wound Autodromo Group B Series 2 LE
- Zach’s wrist check: Farer Lander Chronograph
- Previous Farer Podcast
- Farer Bernina Chronograph
- Farer World Timer
- ETA 2893-1
- Sellita Movements
- The Farer Quartz Collection
- Universal Geneve
- BMC Paint Codes
- Farer GMT
- Farer Aqua Compressor