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Google debuts designer watch faces for Android Wear

The search giant teamed up with nine fashion brands, including Ted Baker and Y-3.
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With companies like TAG Heuer and Fossil now investing in Android Wear, Google knows how important it is to keep smartwatches looking stylish. As such, the company has revealed a set of fashion-centric watch faces for Android Wear devices, as part of a partnership with nine different brands. This includes designs from Asics, Harajuku Kawaii!, Mango, Melissa Joy Manning, Nicole Miller, Ted Baker, Vivienne Tam, Y-3 and Zoe Jordan.

Best of all, if you're into any of them, they're free to download to your Android wearable -- which you can do via the Play Store. As for people with an iPhone, don't worry: Google says that, in the coming days, these new watch faces will be also be available through the Android Wear app for iOS.

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