After designing collarless suits for the Beatles in 1963 and Nasa Spacesuits in 1970, Pierre Cardin launched his very brief Espace watch line in 1971. He was inspired by space travel in 1961, the cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin was the first man in space then. Made of metal blocks, lucite cubes, layered disks, contouring arcs, smoky crystals, bold stripes or flying saucer-shaped Futuro domes, most are very rare especially in good condition and almost all are mechanical watches fitted with handwound Jaeger FE-68 movements. They were fitted with one-piece super-wide bands and manual winding Jaeger FE68 movements. Sold from 71 to 73, at his Espace boutiques, these space inspired watches coincidentally disapperaed at the same time as NASA stopped sending man to the moon. This one is NOS, has the original tube packaging and strap and had been in storage for 4 decades. Approximate dimensions 55mm long x 45mm wide by 10mm tall (middle) to 15mm tall (ends) and has a Jaeger (LeCoultre) Mechanical Manual Movement. This model was made to represnt a cratered form, a volcanic erruption of brushed metal rising high and revealing the cratered dial. And a caseback pic and wristshots, must say it doesn't look bulky as in the closeup pictures, sits nicely on the wrist!
Also some interesting info on Pierre Cardin here, he's 89 now