These watches are perfect for every Hollywood wrist, from up-and-coming execs to C-suite power players and red carpet stars.
This Tank Américaine is the perfect starter watch for Cartier fans, featuring a quartz movement under a classic Cartier silver dial, which is housed in an elongated steel case on a leather strap; $3,950, at Cartier, Beverly Hills
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The watchmaker’s signature exploding-star pattern highlights the 43mm Star Legacy Automatic Date in stainless steel with an interchangeable bracelet; $3,715, limited to 800 pieces, at Montblanc Beverly Center, Los Angeles and montblanc.com
Part of Grand Seiko’s Masterpiece Collection, the 44.5mm SBGD213 features 266 diamonds totaling 5.62 carats and 26 sapphires and is limited to eight pieces. The design of the watch — which has a white-gold dial and platinum case and bezel — is inspired by a favorite emblem of the brand, the lion; $260,000, at Grand Seiko, Beverly Hills and grand-seiko.com
A synthetic sapphire, developed by Hublot, showcases the 354 components that make up the automatic chronograph movement on the 42mm Square Bang Unico Sapphire; $95,000, at Hublot, Beverly Hills and watchesofswitzerland.com
Featuring a diminutive mechanical movement, Jaeger-LeCoultre’s latest one-of-a-kind 101 Bangle features 996 diamonds set in 18-karat pink gold with a red enamel dial; price upon request, at Jaeger-LeCoultre, Beverly Hills and jaeger-lecoultre.com
Patek Philippe’s latest self-winding Aquanaut is crafted of 18-karat rose gold that is designed to offset an embossed dial and strap in a chic taupe. The rose-gold bezel on the 38.8mm case is embellished with 48 diamonds totaling 1.17 carats; $53,820, at Gearys, Beverly Hills
This Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona is crafted of a 40mm case and bracelet in Rolex’s proprietary 18-karat Everose gold, which highlights a dial in bright black and the brand’s Sundust hue, with 18-karat gold hour markers accented with luminescent material. Functions include a sweep seconds hand and counters displaying the lapsed time in hours and minutes, while the bezel features a tachymetric scale; $42,500, at Rolex at Gearys, Beverly Hills
Vacheron Constantin’s Traditionnelle Tourbillon Retrograde Date Openface features a 41mm case in 18-karat pink gold with yellow-gold dial that highlights a tourbillon at 6 o’clock and a retrograde date function; price upon request, at Vacheron Constantin, Beverly Hills.
With no dial, hands or crown, Ulysse Nardin’s 44mm automatic Freak One showcases a flying carrousel movement that rotates around its own axis and is housed in a 44mm case in coated titanium, while the sculpted bezel in 18-karat rose gold ups the ante on this piece’s inherent drama; $68,600, at Westime, Beverly Hills
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