Celebrity Wrist Watch: Oscar Weekend 2012

Celebrity Wrist Watch: Oscar Weekend 2012

Jean Dujardin wears Jaeger-LeCoultre

The 84th Annual Academy Awards, the film industry’s biggest spectacle, took place last night in Hollywood. Like every year, many of your favorite watch brands were represented on the wrists of the celebrity nominees and guests, and some brands even sponsored lavish movie-industry events prior to the awards ceremony. Here’s a compilation of horological highlights from Tinseltown’s most star-studded weekend…



Michel Hazavanicius wears Chopard

“The Artist” director Michel Hazavanicius times his acceptance speech for Best Picture on his Chopard watch.

Jean Dujardin wears Jaeger-LeCoultre

Best Actor winner Jean Dujardin of “The Artist” poses with his Jaeger-LeCoultre Memovox Tribute to Deep Sea.

Richard Mille with Martin Scorcese

Oscar-winning “Hugo” director Martin Scorsese was honored at a Film Foundation event hosted by watchmaker Richard Mille and Vanity Fair magazine. Left to right: Richard Mille, Helen Scorsese, Martin Scorsese, and Vanity Fair’s Graydon Carter.

Gary Oldman wears Piaget

Actor Gary Oldman (Oscar nominated for “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy”) arrives on the red carpet with wife Alexandra Edenborough, wearing a Piaget Rectangle à l’Ancienne in white gold.


Sony Pictures Classics 2012 Oscar Dinner

Germany’s A. Lange & Söhne co-hosted a dinner honoring the Sony Pictures Classics Oscar nominees. Left to right: Actor Michael Sheen of “Midnight in Paris,” producer Letty Aronson, Sony Corp. president and CEO Sir Howard Stringer, Lange North American president Gaetan Guillosson and Sony Pictures Classics co-founder Tom Bernard.


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About Mark Bernardo

Mark Bernardo is the digital media editor of WatchTime magazine, responsible for developing and overseeing the editorial content on WatchTime.com as well as for WatchTime's tablet editions for the iPad, Nook, and Kindle. As WatchTime's managing editor, from 2006 through 2011, he has written about numerous watch companies from major brands like Omega, TAG Heuer and Piaget, to exclusive artisan lines such as Jean Dunand, De Bethune and DeWitt. Prior to joining WatchTime, he was the editor of Smoke, a lifestyle magazine for cigar enthusiasts, whose beats included cigars, watches, cars, wines and spirits, celebrities, men's fashion, and other subjects, and has written about luxury items for a variety of men's-interest publications, including Robb Report, Robb Report Motorcycling, Stratos, Worth, and Bloomberg Markets.


  1. Steve says:

    How do I buy one?
    I live in australia.

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