The leading men on the silver screen were not only talented actors, but they also had a commanding presence, and style. They set the standard for other leading men. It goes without saying that none of these ensembles would have been complete without a classic timepiece.
These silver screen icons wore these wristbands on their wrists
Clint Eastwood became famous after appearing in Western movies in the 1960s, such as the critically acclaimed The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly and A Fistful of Dollars. T. Walker Lloyd, the Rolex executive who gave him this watch,Replica IWC Pilot was one of his most favored favors. The two-tone brown watch with gold accents has been worn by Clint Eastwood in many of his movies, earning it the nickname "Clint Eastwood".
Robert Redford is a well-known actor, environmentalist, and filmmaker, but his style has not been praised enough. Perhaps because he was born in the same era as rebellious Steve McQueen, Replica IWC Pilot and the preppy all-American guys. He was a master of the dapper, yet uncomplicated, look, which made him the perfect example of masculine dress. It's no surprise that he was wearing a Rolex Submariner.
Cary Grant was one of the most debonair leading men in the golden age. He carried this persona on and off screen. His name became synonymous with the "well-dressed" man during the golden age. But the humble actor whose humble beginnings kept his grounded despite fame would never wear anything noticeably trendy.Breitling Aeromarine Replica Watches He stayed with the classics. It was only fitting that his favourite watch would be the Cartier Tank, widely regarded as the most iconic of watches.
Replica IWC Pilot made his silver screen debut in A Streetcar Named Desire. After years in the wilderness, he returned in The Godfather to make a spectacular comeback. He was known as "The Wild One" and pioneer of cool for his raw, vulnerable acting style. The Rolex lifetime wearer is known to have owned 5 watches, but was often seen wearing his yellow gold Rolex Day-Date President.