From the latest editions to the finest finishes, these boldface guys clock superlative style.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson (above) flexes his style muscle in safari-chic Dolce & Gabbana and a hefty 44 mm Panerai at the premiere for “Jungle Cruise.”
Regé-Jean Page (above), aka “Bridgerton’s” Simon Basset, cuts quite the dashing figure at the Emmys in a tux and gentlemanly watch from the Longines Elegant collection.
David Beckham (above) looks sharp in a suit watching the deferred Euro 2020 championships in June, but the real MVP of his ensemble is his Tudor.
Both multitime NBA All-Stars Russell Westbrook (above left) and Steph Curry (above right) lead the league in assists, points and snazzy accessories, as proven by the watches they’re sporting at the Met Gala (Patek Philippe for the Brodie and Audemars Piguet for Steph).
“Hamilton” star Leslie Odom Jr. (above) isn’t throwing away his shot to show off his sartorial sense in a Bulgari watch at this year’s Golden Globes.
At the Oscars, Daniel Kaluuya (above) wins Best Supporting Actor for “Judas and the Black Messiah,” plus extra style points for his striking Cartier Skeleton.
The star of Stephen King’s “Chapelwaite” series, actor Adrien Brody (above) wears an out-of-this-world Lunar One watch from Chopard at a dinner party for Dior in Cannes.
Rapper Swizz Beatz (above) wears a watch that dreams are made of — Van Cleef & Arpels’ “Midnight Poetic Wish” — to this year’s Met Gala.
We spy Daniel Craig (above, alias: Bond, James Bond) who’s anything but undercover
in a daring pink jacket and Omega Seamaster at the premiere of the new 007 flick, “No Time To Die.”
Standing up to actor Adam Driver’s studly 6-foot-2 physique (above) is a tall order, but at the “Annette” premiere, Breitling’s robust Super Chronomat rises to the task.
British-born Nicholas Hoult (above) plays Russian royalty in Hulu’s “The Great,” but when it comes to keeping time, he opts for Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Swiss precision.
All watches at London Jewelers, 2046 Northern Blvd., Manhasset, LI.