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Jonathan Borge
Apr 07, 2016 @ 1:15 pm

If a lack of color first stopped you from adding an Apple Watch Hermès to your virtual cart, prepare to shop. On Thursday morning, Apple unveiled four new bright additions to its roster of Hermès-made offerings and the results may perhaps prove to become your closet’s most standout accessory. While the “complete system,” aka the watch and the band, will only be available in Fauve Barenia (the original brown-toned leather color), WWD reports that the four new colors will be sold separately (on April 19) and are interchangeable.

So what does the new selection look like? The styles, which are available in the single ($340) and double wraps ($490), are dubbed Blue Paon (green), Bleu Saphir (blue), Blanc (white), and Feu (orange), and will join existing colors in Fauve, Noir, Capucine, Bleau Jean, and Etain. Back in March, Apple CEO Tim Cook explained the reasoning behind extending the band offerings at a company event. “People love how the bands give the watch an entirely new look,” he said, according to WWD. We do, too.

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See the full range of new styles above and mark your calendars—these sleek additions will be available on April 19 on, in select Apple stores, Hermès boutiques, and an assortment of specialty and department stores worldwide.

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