Hodinkee Magazine – Volume 04
The HODINKEE Magazine examines watches and the world that surrounds them, as HODINKEE always has, but also looks at collectible cars, architecture, travel, and style. It brings a new dimension to HODINKEE, perfectly complementing the online coverage we do every day.
Our premium printed journal, the HODINKEE Magazine, is back for Volume 4! And let us tell you that this is one issue you definitely do not want to miss.
We've put collectible watches front and center. The Volume 4 cover features one of the most beautiful and important chronograph movements of all time, the Longines 13ZN. Inside the issue, our own Jack Forster puts this great movement in its proper context – as only he can – while also discussing other important chronographs of the last century.
Cover to cover, Volume 4 is filled with the kind of in-depth stories that we think are perfect for the printed page and for the HODINKEE reader. These include a close look at the automotive legacy of one of America’s leading 20th-century sportsmen, the great Briggs Cunningham; an examination of the vintage motorcycle collection of Stuart Parr, whose passion for Italian two-wheelers from the last century knows no bounds; Ben Clymer’s in-depth look at an oft-overlooked Rolex calendar watch reference; and Jack Forster's philosophical reflection with Brunello Cucinelli, whose vision of business committed to human dignity governs the way he operates his eponymous cashmere empire.
The HODINKEE Magazine, Volume 4 has been enriched by contributions from a number of our friends and experts in their fields, among them legendary photographer Bruce Talamon, Esquire fashion director Nick Sullivan, award-winning film, stage, and television actor Daniel Dae Kim, and design expert and Phaidon editor-at-large Spencer Bailey.
Volume 4 features a beautiful and timeless design and comes in an elegant, travel-friendly 8 x 10.75-inch format, with 168 pages of can’t-miss content. And, just like the last three issues, it’s sustainably printed on the finest semi-gloss stock, right here in North America.
8 x 10.75 x 0.5 inches