Fans of 1980s and 90s Americana will already know the name Guess watches. The clothing company caught the zeitgeist and popular imagination with the use of Supermodels such as Claudia Schiffer in advertising campaigns. The brand was also featured heavily in iconic films such as ‘Back to the Future’ and ‘Wayne’s World’. This silver screen success led to Guess becoming internationally famous, resulting in the profile of the company growing dramatically over the past 30 years. The resulting phenomenal expansion has made it a market leader in the USA since 1983.Read More
Guess began its rise to success in 1981. Founded by the Marciano’s, four brothers raised in the French city of Marseille, it aimed to become a worldwide apparel company appealing to young and fashion driven consumers. The brothers moved to California in 1977 and founded the company soon after. The brand quickly found fame as a trend-setting design studio that launched a decade of denim-based style with its iconic blue jeans and assortment of clothing and accessories.
Guess Watches – Set the Time and Style
The Guess watches collection soon became popular with fashion-conscious and adventurous youth across the world. The brand's aesthetic combines an All-American flavour with a European attention to fine detail, producing intricate designs. Commonly using materials including stainless steel, brass and genuine leather, Guess wristwatches are stamped with the company's logo for maximum fashion credibility.
The full collection of Guess watches offers a watch to suit every look, all year round. Guess Girls can opt for the West Coast glamour of Guess model Paris Hilton by selecting one of many glitzy stone-set watches. Meanwhile, Guess Guys are provided with the urban style that has helped make Guess watches a household name. As well as being fashionable, Guess watches are also practical and hard wearing with many models featuring the Indiglo night-light. This patented lighting system illuminates the entire dial to aid in telling time in low-light conditions.Read Less