Pete Davidson’s Seriously Rugged Watch Only Costs $35

And the rest of the Watches of the Week.
A collage of pete davidson and a black digital watch on an orange gradient background
Photograph courtesy Getty Images; Collage by Gabe Conte

Whether it’s a Lorne Michaels pendant at Wimbledon or black nail polish with a tux for new year’s eve, Pete Davidson is a master of using kooky accessories to complement his big fits. This week finds him sporting a simple ensemble of a paint-splattered black hoody and matching cargo pants, finishing off the look with a digital Casio G-Shock and a pinkie ring. But wait! That’s not a G-Shock at all! It’s Casio’s W735H-1AV, a $30 department store special that looks a lot like a G-Shock GW6900-series but costs $100 less and comes with a vibrating alarm. Also this week, Steph Curry gets cozy in Cartier and velour.

James Devaney

Pete Davidson’s Casio Classic W735H-1AV

When it comes to the absolute most style for the absolute least money, there’s really no touching Casio. If you want to go a bit higher-end than Tyler, the Creator's Casio MQ24-9B, the Casio Classic W735H-1AV gives you a look reminiscent of one of the most iconic G-Shock designs, plus a blacklight, a stopwatch and of course that vibrating alarm.

Derek White

2 Chainz’s Rainbow Rolex Daytona

2 Chainz may be a man of simple pleasures, but his watch collection isn’t one of them. To launch his seventh studio album, Dope Don’t Sell Itself, the Atlanta-based rapper performed at an Amazon popup wearing the ne plus ultra of bust-down Rolexes: the “Rainbow” Daytona in Everose gold. Not satisfied with the standard 56 brilliant-cut diamonds on the lugs and crown guards, 36 colored baguette-cut sapphires on the bezel and another 11 sapphires on the hour markers, Chainz specced his out with a bracelet set with a few dozen additional diamonds. Your move, Post Malone.

Paras Griffin

Quavo's Rolex Sky-Dweller

It may not be as popular as models like the Day-Date and Daytona, but the Sky-Dweller is actually a pretty useful tool for a frequent flyer like Quavious Marshall. Released in 2012, this model features one of the most advanced movements in the Rolex family and is designed to make it easy to keep track of two time zones at a glance. In fact, Quavo loves his Sky-Dweller so much, he got one for his pal Bobby Shmurda.

Garrett Ellwood

Steph Curry’s Cartier Santos

A cutaway dial and numbered manual-wind movement make this one of the fancier versions of Cartier’s century-old pilot’s watch. The combination of grey alligator strap and rose gold case, meanwhile, also makes it the perfect way to dress up a big, cozy off-duty fit.