The innovative materials that Rado uses for its bracelets and cases have always been a trademark of the brand. Their use of ceramics, for example, dates back to the 1980s. As opposed to traditional brands that work with ceramics and produce models in black, Rado goes one step further. As part of the True Thinline collection, Rado uses the colors of the colorimetric designer Le Corbusier. The result: both the bracelet and the one-piece case feature a specific color. In addition to its traditional collections, the brand collaborates with designers and creators to continuously add style and color to its pieces. Rado even revolutionized how time is told, notably through its TrueSquare collection. At Prosper, our collections are exclusively “designer”. Be sure to check back frequently to see a constantly evolving assortment as the company routinely collaborates with different brands.