Hollywood's night of nights, the Oscars, was just yesterday, and while most of the noise around this year's event was Brad Pitt finally scoring his first ever gong for his supporting role in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon A Time In Hollywood*(and shedding a tear… oh, Brad!)*for us watch tragics it was a great chance to see what the glitterati were wearing on their wrists. The Oscars is also about what – if any – kinds of trends the wrist choices might point to.*And the early running there is, to not mince words, sports watches in precious metals and integrated bracelets. Here's the proof. Oscar Isaac – Speedmaster Apollo 11 ref. 310.20.42.50.01.001 Oscar Isaac's choice of an Omega Speedmaster Apollo 11 50th anniversary*sums up the dominant trend in men's timepieces at this year's Oscars *professional or luxury sports model watches with integrated bracelets replacing traditional dress watches on leather bands, which is obviously the usual norm to accompany a black tie affair. Is that controversial? Maybe? We once wrote about this topic with specific reference to Rolex in a story called 'No Submariners with black tie.' Read it here. The other big theme from this year, also reservedly evidenced in this…

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