Samsung and Sami Miró Vintage unveiled the limited-edition Galaxy Watch4 x Sami Miró Vintage sustainable watchband collection. Available now, the Galaxy Watch4 x Sami Miró Vintage sustainable watchband collection features six watchbands made of eco-friendly materials like recycled Apple Peel skins and three beautiful watchfaces available to download for free in the Google Play store. The exclusive collaboration with fashion designer Sami Miró, known for creating one-of-a-kind collections that put sustainability first, was created to remind consumers to be good to the planet and themselves.

Sami Miró made a name for herself by using upcycled materials to start Sami Miró Vintage, and since then, has pushed the boundaries of eco-conscience fashion. The Los Angeles-based entrepreneur has taken the lead in showing the fashion industry what it means to manage a business rooted in sustainability. As a result, Miró has developed an organic fanfare among A-list clientele regularly spotted rocking iconic SMV pieces from season to season. And just like any SMV collection, Miró says she designed her Galaxy Watch4 collection with every person and occasion in mind. “The colors Stratus Sky, Cloud Navy, and Midnight Black can translate from day to night while the Aurora Night and Dawn Atlas have gem hues and are perfect for when you are in the mood for a pop of color,” said Sami Miró, founder of Sami Miró Vintage. “I am proud that we sourced sustainable materials for the entire collection. My designs were inspired by the beauty of our planet and I want the collection to serve as a reminder to stay mindful and connected to the Earth.”

Sustainability For The Future, Now

Made from an innovative Apple Peel skin material sourced from waste recovered from the fruit industry, the neutral Stratus Sky and Midnight Black watchbands transition seamlessly between any outfit – from day to night. It has the premium look of leather, but is completely vegan and cruelty free. The Aurora Night, Cloud Navy, Earth Sunrise, and Dawn Atlas bands are comprised of an Eco-friendly TPU material that is non-toxic, just like the Apple Peel skin watchbands. The entire collection has no DMF residue in the final products, are non-plasticized, and can be recycled when the time comes.

Putting Wellness First

The Galaxy Watch4 series is designed to provide consumers with the best tools to get a better understanding of their health and overall fitness. As Miró’s personal wellness companion, Watch4 helps her keep track and in tune with her body. “I love that the Galaxy Watch4 Classic reminds me to stay on top of my wellness,” Miró said. “The meditation app keeps me grounded, wherever I am. My lifestyle is always on the go and with the Watch4 Classic I can stay connected with work and then transition seamlessly when it’s time to take a break.”The latest Samsung smartwatches feature a holistic suite of wellness features to measure your oxygen, stress, water intake, and sleep patterns, all from your wrist. When you’re ready for physical activity, choose from a wide range of guided workouts, enjoy Group Challenges with your friends and family, or set up a home gym by connecting your Galaxy Watch4 to your compatible Samsung Smart TV[1]. And with Samsung’s new Body Composition measurement tool[2],[3], track your fitness progress with key measurements for skeletal muscle mass, basal metabolic rate, body water and body fat percentage.

A limited quantity of the Galaxy Watch4 x Sami Miró Vintage sustainable watchband collection is available now on starting at $39.99. Samsung Galaxy smartwatch users can download the three complimentary watchfaces from the Google Play store.

[1] Currently available in Canada, Korea, UK and US. Availability may vary on previous Samsung Smart TV models, Samsung AU7000 (2001) and above.
[2] Intended for general wellness and fitness purposes only. Not intended for use in detection, diagnosis, or
treatment of any medical condition or disease. The measurements are for the user’s personal reference only.
[3] Do not measure your body composition if you have an implanted pacemaker or other implanted medical devices. Do not measure your body composition if you are pregnant. Measurement results may not be accurate if you are under 20 years old. Availability of this feature may vary by country or region.