Watch spotting at the Oscars 2019

We have all seen the best tuxedos on every headline on Oscar night. But hey, what they wear on their wrist is just as impressive. Here are some of the best haute horlogerie at the 91st Academy Awards.  

Bradley Cooper

Black and blue once considered enemies in colours. But now they both blend very well in this IWC Big Pilot's Watch Single Piece with Bradley Cooper's wardrobe. Just as mesmerising as the chemistry of Cooper-Gaga's 'Shallow' performance at the stage. This watch will then be auctioned by Sotheby's, and IWC will donate its full proceeds to the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Youth Foundation.

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Henry Golding

The leading man of Crazy Rich Asians is an avid watch collector. It is not surprising he settled for the IWC Portugieser Automatic with an impactful black dial to match his black tuxedo.

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Rami Malek

The Best Actor from Bohemian Rhapsody picked the classic Cartier Tank Américaine to complement his tux. This rectangular case timepiece is a perfect accomplice to the traditional black bow tie.

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Adam Driver

Adam Driver and Joanne Tucker make such a perfect couple together on the red carpet at the 2019 Academy Awards. Nominated for the Best Supporting Actor in BlacKkKlansman, Adam Driver wearing Breitling Premier Automatic 40 on his wrist.

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Mahershala Ali

His hat or Jinnah cap is stealing a little bit of the spotlight because of a rare occurrence on any red carpet. He accepted his Oscar for the Best Supporting Actor on Green Book with the classic piece of Santos de Cartier Skeleton on his wrist.

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Nicholas Hoult

The Favourite's Nicholas Hoult spotted wearing Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Classic, an instant classic with a two-faced dial on the Jaeger-LeCoultre's signature design.

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