The results may have been less predictable than the Grammys (Birman won, but Bradley Cooper lost), but we were keeping an eye out for the well-dressed wrists at last night’s 87th Annual Academy Awards? I was pleased to note many red carpet stars paid as much attention to the watches they were wearing as the other details of their well-styled appearances. With some help from our friends at The Hollywood Reporter, here are just some of the wrists that stood out last night.
Various models of IWC Schaffhausen’s Portugieser were evident on Best Actor Nominee Bradley Cooper (“American Sniper”), Best Supporting Actor Nominee Edward Norton (“Birdman”), and presenter and star of “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” star Chris Evans. Good choice, gentlemen.
Host of the Awards ceremony Neil Patrick Harris wore a Tudor 41mm Style watch with a black dial on a bracelet during his Red Carpet appearance, while actor and director Justin Theroux was seen escorting Jennifer Aniston wearing a Royal Oak. “Whiplash” editor Tom Cross, who received the Academy Award for Best Film Editing, was spotted wearing a Jaeger-LeCoultre Grande Reverso Ultra Thin Tribute to 1930.
Mark Ruffalo, nominee for Best Actor in a supporting role in “Foxcatcher” wore the Montblanc Heritage Chronometrie Dual Time. Miles Teller chose the Perpetual Calendar timepiece and nominee director Dan Gilroy who wrote the screenplay for “Nightcrawler,” was seen in a Montblanc Timewalker Automatic Dual Time Special Edition. Nominee for Best Director Morten Tyldum sported a Montblanc Star Classique.