welcome to clock of the weekHere we track down the rarest, wildest, and coveted watches worn by celebrities.
Serena Williams is losing her status as one of the greatest tennis players of all time. But let’s consider her one of her other achievements. Perhaps no one wore a cooler watch on the court than Williams. Indeed, Roger Federer, who retired just days after Serena this week, always wore a nice Rolex to his victory ceremonies. But Williams stood out for wearing the luxury watch that most athletes usually set aside for red carpets and late-night talk shows. She was perhaps best known for her Offshore Custom of Royal Her Oak. As the crown moved to her left side, it didn’t dig into her hand and affect her swing. funky millenaryDuring her final hurray at the US Open, she wore Royal oak set with jewels.
Now, with SmackDown days behind her, she’s still trotting some excellent watches. The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, Williams wore a new version of Audemars Piguet’s beloved Royal Oak, a special edition released to mark RO’s 50th anniversary this year. AP will do everything in its power to seize this opportunity, Hunter Green, smoked Money, and Williams Baby Blue. The model is celebrating his big 5-0, and many celebrities have made an appearance at the birthday party: In addition to Williams, John Mayer, Daniel Kaluuya, Chris Hemsworth, LeBron James and Ben Simmons are part of the collection. A testament to the success of this collection is that not all of these people wear the same watch. It’s like a great album where everyone has different favorite songs. The white gold and ice blue dial is the watch’s peanut butter and jelly.
Rolex Cosmograph Daytona by Carlos Alcaraz
The Rolex Daytona is named after a Florida racetrack, and the watch is awarded to the winner of the 24-hour race held there. For some reason, even that marathon doesn’t seem nearly as demanding as the work Alcaraz did when he won the U.S. Open. We couldn’t have picked a better watch than the most coveted ticker, the Daytona. And with the news that Federer, a huge fan of this watch during his playing career, is retiring, this feels like Daytona is being passed down mentally from one great to the next. increase.
Ben Simmons Audemars Piguet Royal Oak
These 50th Anniversary Royal Oaks are everywhere. Simmons’ model differs in every respect from Williams’ model. His version trades Williams’ quiet flex for his equivalent of one of Simmons’ signature steam-blasting emojis. Equipped with a gold case, forest green dial, and chronograph (stopwatch) function. What takes this item to the next level is the green alligator he strap.
Andrew Garfield’s Omega De Ville Treasure
This is quite the look of Andrew Garfield. He went all white to match his suit and accentuated the color of his watch, his pieces being red on red. The case is made from Omega’s custom rose gold called Sedna. As that wasn’t enough, the watch also features an end-of-summer tomato red dial and a leather strap that seems to share a reddish hue.
Zac Efron’s IWC Portugieser
Zac Efron’s Oscar buzz? Every day is full of beautiful and exciting new possibilities. This is why even his 80+ year old watches like the Portugieser are always experimenting with new looks. Released in 2018, this version of the watch is a real oddity for a normally stable model. I appreciate the subtle red wink on the meter, which shows how long the watch will keep running in no wind conditions. This is a classy way of letting you know you’re low on fuel.