The 2024 Primetime Emmy Awards unfolded in expected grandeur at the Peacock Theater in downtown Los Angeles on Monday evening, offering a mix of humor, heartfelt moments, and dazzling fashion. The star-studded event featured heartwarming cast reunions, a comedic skit by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, and a memorable on-screen kiss between The Bear stars Ebon Moss-Bachrach and Matty Matheson. With a total of 27 awards presented, notable shows like The Bear, Beef, and Succession secured multiple wins.
As celebrities graced the red carpet in impeccable fashion, showcasing sharp suits, glamorous gowns, and stunning jewelry, the spotlight also shone on their wrist choices. Notably, Jeremy Allen White and Kieran Culkin celebrated their first Emmys while adorning watches from Vacheron Constantin and IWC, respectively. Cousin Greg, Nicholas Braun, also donned a Vacheron Constantin piece. The Omega De Ville Trésor emerged as a recurring choice among the attendees, solidifying its status as the watch of the awards season.
Here are the standout watches from this year’s Emmys:
Jeremy Allen White: Vacheron Constantin Fiftysix
Continuing his winning streak, Jeremy Allen White, who recently secured his second Golden Globe, accepted his first Emmy for Best Actor in a Comedy Series. White complemented his success with a custom Giorgio Armani suit and a Vacheron Constantin Fiftysix. Inspired by a 1956 model, this timepiece boasts a 40 mm pink-gold case, a classic dial with Arabic numerals, baton hour markers, and a date window at 3 o’clock. The elegant wristwatch is priced at $25,500.
Nicholas Braun: Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph
Nicholas Braun, though missing out on an Emmy, scored style points in a sharp Dior suit paired with a Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph. The timepiece features a 42.5 mm steel case, a black dial with silvered subdials, and an openworked caseback revealing the self-winding movement (caliber 5200). Priced at $35,600, it seamlessly blends elegance with a casual vibe.
Colman Domingo: Omega De Ville Trésor
A consistent Omega wearer at prestigious events, Colman Domingo showcased the Omega De Ville Trésor at the Emmys. Paired with a Louis Vuitton look, this contemporary rendition of the 1949 original features a 40 mm stainless-steel case, a silvery opaline dial with a date window at 6 o’clock, and a diamond-paved bezel. The timepiece is priced at $12,900.
Theo James: Omega Constellation Globemaster
Theo James, known for The White Lotus, represented Omega at the Emmys with a striking Constellation Globemaster. With a 41 mm Sedna gold case, a polished fluted bezel, and a sun-brushed blue “Pie Pan” dial, this timepiece pays homage to the 1952 original. The watch, powered by Omega’s Co-Axial Master Chronometer (Caliber 8923) with an annual calendar function, is priced at $29,500.
Bill Hader: Omega De Ville Trésor
Bill Hader exuded sophistication in a sleek gray Dior ensemble paired with an Omega De Ville Trésor. Featuring a 40 mm stainless steel case, a two-tone silvery dial with a power reserve display at 12 o‘clock and a small seconds display at 6 o’clock, and a gray leather strap, this Omega creation added a touch of elegance to Hader’s attire.
Kieran Culkin: IWC Portugieser
Kieran Culkin, winning his first Emmy for Best Actor in a Drama Series, flaunted an elegant Givenchy suit alongside an enviable IWC Portugieser. The timepiece boasts a sleek 40.4 mm stainless-steel case, a striking green dial with a small seconds counter at 6 o’clock, and a green alligator strap. Equipped with IWC’s in-house automatic movement (caliber 82200), it comes with a price tag of $7,450.
Donald Glover: Cartier Tank
Emmy nominee Donald Glover showcased elegance in a Bode ensemble and a Cartier Tank Louis. Priced at $13,000, the watch features a 33.7 mm yellow-gold case, a red lacquered dial with golden sword-shaped hands, a beaded crown set with a sapphire cabochon, and a burgundy alligator strap. Glover’s choice of the Cartier Tank added a touch of sophistication to his red carpet appearance.
James Marsden: Omega De Ville Trésor
James Marsden, not an Emmy winner for Jury Duty, still stood out in a chic Canali suit paired with an Omega De Ville Trésor. Featuring a 40 mm stainless steel case, a handsome black dial with a power reserve display at 12 o‘clock and a small seconds display at 6 o’clock, and a black leather strap, the De Ville Trésor proved to be a winner in the style department this awards season.