Drake Just Teamed Tie-Dye With A Patek Philippe Watch

14 August 2019
Drake, LeBron James, Watches, Patek Philippe
Images: George Pimentel
Stepping out with LeBron James, Drake wore a Patek Philippe Nautilus Perpetual Calendar

It's no secret that Drake has an impressive jewellery collection. From a $100,000 gold and diamond Stone Island medallion created by Ben Baller to a diamond Scorpion medallion commemorating his 2018 album, he's not shy about showing it off.

The same goes for his watch collection. Drake has everything from an 18-carat gold Yacht Master to a Daytona with a Paul Newman dial, boasting one of the best Rolex collections we've seen and giving both Jay-Z and Pharrell Williams (who owns a $983,000 Richard Mille timepiece) a run for their money.

Well, now he's showing off another addition to his collection – a Patek Philippe Nautilus Perpetual Calendar, which he teamed with some bang-on trend tie-dye (from his own label, OVO) when he attended the Uninterrupted Canada launch in Toronto with LeBron James.

The watch in question is a small masterpiece. The first Grand Complication in the Patek Philippe Nautilus collection, the Reference 5740/1 is the thinnest calendar you can get your hands on, thanks to an ultra-svelte self-winding calibre 240 Q movement. The white-gold watch features a face that is just 40mm wide and 8.4mm thick, with a sapphire-crystal back. And how much will it cost you? Just shy of £200,000.

If it works for Drake, it works for us. Below you can buy your own (if you have the cash)...


£170,800. At chronext.co.uk


Via British GQ