Lewis Hamilton and Tom Brady are now twins
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Sir Lewis Hamilton is off to an unusually slow start to this F1 season, but his off-track style continues to dominate the peloton for miles. As well as graced the first-ever Miami Grand Prix with top race weekenders like Valentino, Fendi and Lous Vuitton (as well as a protest against Formula 1’s attempted crackdown on jewelry), the guard -Hamilton’s watch dress stays on point with a rotating selection of watches from IWC, the official timekeeping sponsor of its Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One team. While the brand’s signature pilot’s watch aesthetic was defined in the 1940s, it lends itself remarkably well to Hamilton’s signature matchy-matchy ensembles in 2022, whether he’s cruising the paddock or chasing birdies in Miami Beach.
The great IWC pilot’s watches of Lewis Hamilton and Tom Brady
After the weekend’s Miami Grand Prix, which included guest appearances from Michael Jordan, David Beckham, Michelle Obama, Pharrell and (checks the notes) Michael Douglas, Hamilton hit the greens with fellow GOAT (and fellow CBI Ambassador) Tom Brady to smash some records in support of the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation. It turns out Hamilton and Brady have more in common than their unbreakable records. Both appeared in versions of the IWC Big Pilot’s Watch TOP GUN Edition “Mojave Desert” in matching khaki-colored ceramic, which worked just as well with Hamilton’s golf ensemble as it did with his hot pink Valentino cut on the weekends. -end.
Montblanc 1858 by Oscar Isaac
Oscar Isaac’s taste for watches is as unconventional as his filmography, with sleek deep cuts like the rose gold Bulgari Octo Finissimo alongside classics like Cartier’s Tank Française. Isaac’s latest flex, the Montblanc 1858 Iced Sea Automatic, is Montblanc’s first-ever diver’s watch and a fitting addition to Isaac’s eclectic bracelet rotation. Featuring a glacier-inspired black dial created using scraped-woodeda traditional Swiss hand-finishing technique is more The card counter that moon knight.
Jimmy Butler’s TAG Heuer Autavia
Lacking the Monaco Formula 1 connection or the Carrera-Porsche 911 connection, TAG Heuer’s Autavia tends to be among the brand’s sleepiest models. So it seems fitting that Jimmy Butler, a man who understands the plight of underdogs, wore this piece to cap off his second-round win over the Sixers, his former team. Inspired by vintage chronographs and fitted with a chronometer-certified flyback movement and scratch-resistant black DLC case, it’s an understated flex worthy of one of the league’s most underrated stars.
Erik Spoelstra’s G-Shock GA100-1A1
Next to PJ Tucker’s god-tier sneakers and Tyler Herro’s penchant for leather trench coats and Breton stripes, Erik Spoelstra’s wardrobe doesn’t really offer much to notice. But when your team is doing as well as Miami does these days, you can afford to wear a black polo shirt and let your victories speak for themselves. For anyone looking for an under-the-radar watch that’ll go well with an all-black look (or just about anything else in your casual wardrobe), you could do a lot worse than the classic ana-digi G – by Spoelstra. Shock.
George Russell’s IWC Pilot’s Watch
Joining the winningest team in F1 history has its perks, beyond just a seat in one of the fastest cars on the grid. Just before the Mercedes-AMG Petronas driver finished fifth at the Miami Grand Prix, official watch sponsor IWC marked the occasion by gifting the entire team with their first-ever team watch. The IWC Pilot’s Watch Chronograph 41 “Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team” Edition features a grade 5 titanium case, a black dial with Petronas green numerals and a matching green rubber strap.
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