The Finest Watches We Spotted at the 2019 Oscars

We may not remember Best Picture winner Green Book in six months, but the watches on the red carpet at the 91st Academy Awards will definitely stand the test of time.

(Plus: see our roundup of the best fits at the Oscars.)

Christian Bale x Cartier

Vice star and Best Actor nominee Christian Bale looked nothing like Dick Cheney in this large, stainless steel Santos de Cartier watch.

Darren Criss x IWC

The Oscars are just as much about the after parties as the awards. Here, actor Darren Criss looks super suave at Vanity Fair‘s fête wearing a Portofino Automatic from IWC.

Spike Lee x Jaeger Lecoultre

Thirty years after releasing his classic Do The Right Thing, Spike Lee took home the Best Adapted Screenplay award for BlacKkKlansman whilst wearing another icon: the Reverso Classic Large Duoface Small Seconds from Jaeger LeCoultre.

Pharrell Williams and Michelle Yeoh x Richard Mille

Michelle Yeoh and Pharrell Williams, co-presenters for Best Animated Movie, both rocked Richard Mille. He sported the RM 70-01 Tourbillon created in collaboration with Alain Proust. She, a RM 037 in red gold with a red strap.

Bradley Cooper x IWC

While A Star Is Born director Bradley Cooper went home without any hardware, his performance of “Shallow” with Lady Gaga was one of the night’s highlights. He wore a Big Pilots Watch Single Piece by IWC. This very timepiece will be auctioned off for charity.

Rami Malek x Cartier

Bohemian Rhapsody star and Best Actor winner Rami Malek was the champion at the Oscars. He also spoke about being a first-generation American, so it’s fitting that his timepiece of choice was a Cartier Tank Américaine.