Drake keeps talking about his personalized Patek Philippe Virgil Abloh
We usually hear Drake bragging about what’s new in his life – the house, the cars, the money, the private jets, and the women – but more than a year has passed since he bragged about it. for the first time from “Vigil [Abloh] I had this Patek on my wrist going crazy “on” Life Is Good, “and Drake still talks about it and wears it in his most prominent appearances. That tells you how special the watch is, and now it’s the subject of a new bar on the first track of the newly released Drake EP. Scary Hours 2, “What’s Next”: “Yeah, I have one, Virgil has one and there are only two.” Drake also wears the piece in the song video. The line also includes a bit of breaking news: what we assumed was a single watch owned by Drake and only Drake is actually every other watch. Abloh used the new runway as an excuse to show off some detailed snaps of the watch in all its sparkling glory on Instagram.
In fact, much of Scary Hours 2 sounds like an audio app for RedBar Group, the global club for watch enthusiasts. “Wants and Needs” includes another reference to watches that says, “Forty-two millimeters, was made in Geneva.” (It’s probably not the Nautilus, which is typically 40mm.) And on “Lemon Pepper Freestyle,” he raps, “The watch on my wrist never showed me crisis time / Because I never Never let it come at that time. “We understand, Drake, you love watches! Other watch enthusiasts this week include LeBron James, who owns one of the new Rolex pieces, and James Harden, who continues to put numbers on and off the pitch.
Personalized Drake’s Patek Philippe Nautilus by Virgil Abloh
If there is one watch that deserves to be praised on several songs, it is this jeweled Nautilus. The watch was designed by Abloh and then brought to life by MAD Paris customizers, who are best known for their hidden watch treatments. This Nautilus 5726 with an annual calendar and moon phase complication is completely thinned out in emeralds.
LeBron James’ Rolex Oyster Perpetual
Of course, LeBron James has the new Rolex Oyster Perpetual. First announced last September, the colorful new models stole the show from the revamped Submariner. James’s “coral” dial is one of the most popular in the range of options. The watch, like most Rolex parts, is presumably impossible to buy from a dealer, and aftermarket prices have floated to nearly $ 14,000, even though it sells for “only” $ 5,900.
The new OPs are a rebirth of the so-called Rolex Stella dial watches. In the 1970s, Rolex released a whole fleet of dials in equally vivid colors and labeled them as “Lacquered Stella” dials. Watches were made in limited numbers and weren’t particularly popular at the time, so you can guess what happened next. These pieces, now considered rare, are highly collectable.
Scott Disick’s Rolex GMT-Master II
The Rolex GMT-Master is especially associated with its two-tone bezel which inspires a range of funny nicknames: the blue and red Pepsi, the black and blue Batman or the brown and black Root Beer. However, Rolex does make flashy versions of its iconic dual-time-zone watch like Flea’s gold model and Scott Disick’s completely blinding one. And just because it’s not two-tone doesn’t mean it doesn’t get a great nickname. Fittingly, Disick’s version of the watch is known as the GMT “Ice”, which is very… cool.
Rolex does not usually bring out its most iconic pieces and this is a very rare GMT edition. The watch reportedly retailed for $ 485,350 when it debuted in 2007, making it the most expensive watch Rolex ever released. Understandably, Disick has worn this piece nonstop for the past two weeks.
Audemars Piguet openwork by James Harden Royal Oak and Patek Philippe Nautilus
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