The Apple Watch hasn’t shipped yet, but it’s already showing up on fashion magazine covers, and now it’s even winning design awards. The wearable device picked up the iF Design Gold award from the iF International Forum Design. The organization declared that the Cupertino-designed smartwatch is “already an icon.”

The idea of combining classic materials such as leather and metal with state-of-the-art technology to create a very individual fashion accessory has resulted in a delightful product offering a holistic user experience. The Apple Watch scores highly for each design detail and is an altogether extraordinary piece of design. For us, it is already an icon.

It’s not a big surprise that the Apple Watch won this specific award, however. Nearly every Apple product (we couldn’t find the iPhone 4 Bumper on the list) has won one, including most of the iPhone and iPad case the company has produced.

The Apple Watch ships in April in multiple (currently undisclosed) countries. Earlier today the company’s retail plans for pitching the watch to shoppers was revealed exclusively by 9to5Mac.