Lenny Kravitz on Designing Watches, Making Music, and Why He’s Growing Back His Dreads

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Lenny Kravitz has been going his own way for quite some time now, stepping into the public consciousness in a floppy hat and newly sprouted dreadlocks in 1989, the same year Spike Lee premiered Do the Right Thing and Bobby McFerrin's "Don't Worry Be Happy" was the number one jam.

Ten albums later, Kravitz remains the living embodiment of rock-star attitude, even as he's found creative outlet in films, design, and other ventures that have been every bit as impactful as his music.

The LK 01, a new limited-edition (at only 55 pieces total, very limited) Rolex Daytona that Kravitz designed in collaboration with Les Artisans De Geneve, is only one of a host of recent design projects that include a furniture line, a custom vintage-style Leica camera, and interiors for boutique condos and hotels.

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