Oscars 2019: The Best Men's Watches At Hollywood's Biggest Event
1/8 Bradley Cooper in IWC Schaffhausen
The Big Pilot's Watch that the multiple Oscar nominee wore was a special piece that will be auctioned off by Sotheby's and IWC. The proceeds will go to Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Youth Foundation to benefit Arrimage, a charitable organisation that works with visually impaired children. (You can make your bid from now until March 4, 2019 on www.sothebys.com) The watch features an 18k 5N gold case with a midnight blue dial and a caseback engraved with a quote from de Saint-Exupéry's The Little Prince.
2/8 Chris Evans in IWC Schaffhausen
Evans paired his eye-catching blue velvet jacket from Salvatore Ferragamo with the Portugieser Chronograph in 5N gold.
3/8 Henry Golding in IWC Schaffhausen
Meanwhile, Golding's Ralph Lauren Purple Label tuxedo met haute horology in the form of the Portugieser Automatic.
4/8 Mark Ronson in Chopard
The Oscar winner for Best Original Song for Shallow from A Star Is Born, an award which he shares with Lady Gaga, also found a winner in the Chopard L.U.C 1937 Classic watch in rose gold.
5/8 Spike Lee in Jaeger-LeCoultre
Lee celebrated his first Oscar win (Best Adapted Screenplay for BlacKkKlansman) with Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Classic Medium Duoface Small Seconds.
6/8 Richard E. Grant in Jaeger-LeCoultre
First-time Oscar nominee Grant wore the classic Master Ultra Thin Date from Jaeger-LeCoultre to the glamorous ceremony.
7/8 Nicholas Hoult in Jaeger-LeCoultre
Hoult's Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Classic Duoface Large in pink gold jostled for attention with his Dior by Kim Jones jacket embellished with a sash.
8/8 Rami Malek in Cartier
The Best Actor winner for Bohemian Rhapsody made his acceptance speech with the Tank Américaine in steel on his wrist.