Megan Rapinoe’s Rolex Explorer II
Basketball’s coolest couple celebrated a Seattle Storm sweep this week. On the sideline, and then the confetti-speckled court, Rapinoe wore one hell of a fit: big pinstriped trousers, slinky black jacket, Supreme hat, and a mega-cool Rolex. The best Rolex Explorer II fake watch with black dial for sale line might not have the same recognition as some of the brand’s icons—the Submariner, GMT, or Daytona—but it is one of the most stylish in the Crown’s catalog. That orange 24-hour hand on the Explorer II is what happens when the watchmakers at Rolex have a couple more sips of kirsch than usual.
Megan Thee Stallion’s Very Icy Audemars Piguet Royal Oak
The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak fake with silver dial is a watch that people love to customise. Whether fellow rappers are icing it out or designers are transforming it, for many the watch is a blank palette. But even among this sea of customs, few hold a candle to the one Megan Thee Stallion wore on Saturday Night Live. Meg turned her Royal Oak out almost beyond recognition: in place of the typical hour indices there are Arabic numerals and in place of basically everything else there are diamonds. A lot of diamonds. Aftermarket customization is often frowned upon in the watch community, but it’s hard to argue with these results.
Julian Alaphilippe’s Richard Mille RM 67-02 “Sébastien Ogier”
This has to be the most fashionable week for cycling ever on record. During the Giro d’Italia’s pre-race event, the EF Education First Pro Cycling wore a uniform designed by Rapha and Palace, with new gear including a helmet that looks like a cartoon duck head. On Friday morning, the collection of clothing sold out completely and immediately. And during the Brabantse Pijl road race on Wednesday, Julian Alaphilippe, one of the best cyclists in the world, wore a 1:1 quality replica Richard Mille RM 67-02 that cost some $150,000. Wearing a watch is pretty unusual for a cyclist: it can add weight, which is the one thing cyclists try like mad to avoid. But Richard Mille watches have a way of turning up in places where timepieces typically aren’t seen, whether that’s the court with Rafeal Nadal or the football field with Odell Beckham Jr. This RM 67-02 with a blue case was born for sport, though. It was designed for Sébastien Ogier, six-time World Rally champion.