Last week’s release involved two tiers of product. The core product: A limited edition Royal Oak openwork QP released in “chocolate” brown ceramic. Limited to 200 pieces and priced at $201,000 (all of which have now been reserved and paid for). Cultural relevance aside, I would wholeheartedly be prepared to admit it if I didn’t care for the watch itself. But I really like it. Chocolate brown, as Scott has dubbed the color (it is a Cactus Jack signature), in fashion at least, is one of those truly misunderstood hues, but when done right, as proven by Issey Miyake or Tom Ford during his Gucci reign, it is always a barometer for bravery. Miuccia Prada, whose manifesto has become “beauty in the ugly,” regularly pairs a cool, stark black with a rich and warm brown, despite this being some sort of offhand “fashion-don’t.” The color brown is basically for those of us who enjoy an aesthetic nuance. If Mrs. Prada is doing it, well, the rest of us should gladly follow suit.