ON TIME: Tommy Bahama and Haskell Jewels have linked on a watch license.

The tropics-inspired brand, which recently came into the closets of downtown hipsters per the “normcore” trend, will offer designs for both men and women. They will be priced from $135 to $325.

They will hit retailers for this holiday season, with designs now being sold to retailers as part of the August market weeks.

Designs range from analog to chronograph, with bracelets and straps made of stainless steel, leather and silicone.

Tommy Bahama parent company Oxford Industries declined to reveal the terms of its license with Haskell.

Brett Fialkoff, chief operating officer of Haskell, said: “Timepieces are a natural brand extension for Tommy Bahama. This is a great partnership and we are very excited to launch a unique collection of timepieces for men and women.”