The updated platform offers new personalization options with smarter watch faces, and an app store that is accessible directly on your wrist, and more.
The Android Wear-powered watch is made in collaboration with Intel, Google and Strava; while headphones are product of partnership with Jabra.
Also, the new version of Android Wear supports standalone apps that will be able to run only on the watch, with no need to have a connected smartphone around.
Called Nixon Mission, the watch is catered towards surfers, skiers and snowboarders, and is expected to start shipping later this year.
Android Wear-powered Q Wander and Q Marshal are slimmer than its predecessor (Q Founder), packing all the hardware in 44mm and 46mm cases, respectively.
The footwear and fitness apparel company is also launching the Digital Sport division to develop innovative digital experiences and wearable technologies.
The new Fossil Q series consists of 4 devices: Android Wear-powered Q Founder, Q Grant watch, and two fitness bands - Q Reveler and Q Dreamer.
Not all devices are initially supported, and the choice is limited to several new products, including the LG Watch Urbane, Asus ZenWatch 2 and Huawei Watch.
ASUS bundled its wellness app for health tracking, and a Watch Face Land app to allow users to create their own watch faces for ZenWatch 2.
With a quick glance at the smartphone or watch, users will be able to see how close they are to their goal and stay motivated.