1. Bradley Cooper in IWC Schaffhausen
The Big Pilot's Watch that the multiple Oscar nominee wore was a special piece that will be auctioned off by Sotheby's and IWC. The proceeds will go to Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Youth Foundation to benefit Arrimage, a charitable organisation that works with visually impaired children. (You can make your bid from now until March 4, 2019 on www.sothebys.com) The watch features an 18k 5N gold case with a midnight blue dial and a caseback engraved with a quote from de Saint-Exupéry's The Little Prince.
2. Chris Evans in IWC Schaffhausen
Evans paired his eye-catching blue velvet jacket from Salvatore Ferragamo with the Portugieser Chronograph in 5N gold.
3. Henry Golding in IWC Schaffhausen
Meanwhile, Golding's Ralph Lauren Purple Label tuxedo met haute horology in the form of the Portugieser Automatic.
4. Mark Ronson in Chopard
The Oscar winner for Best Original Song for Shallow from A Star Is Born, an award which he shares with Lady Gaga, also found a winner in the Chopard L.U.C 1937 Classic watch in rose gold.
5. Spike Lee in Jaeger-LeCoultre
Lee celebrated his first Oscar win (Best Adapted Screenplay for BlacKkKlansman) with Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Classic Medium Duoface Small Seconds.
6. Richard E. Grant in Jaeger-LeCoultre
First-time Oscar nominee Grant wore the classic Master Ultra Thin Date from Jaeger-LeCoultre to the glamorous ceremony.
7. Nicholas Hoult in Jaeger-LeCoultre
Hoult's Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Classic Duoface Large in pink gold jostled for attention with his Dior by Kim Jones jacket embellished with a sash.
8. Rami Malek in Cartier
The Best Actor winner for Bohemian Rhapsody made his acceptance speech with the Tank Américaine in steel on his wrist.