Inside Rihanna’s crazy watch collection

by | Last updated on Oct 14, 2022 at 4:49PM | Published on Sep 26, 2022 | Watches

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The halftime show at the Super Bowl is a big deal and everyone wants to be a part of it – from major global brands to big-name music artists.

Robyn Rihanna Fenty, aka Rihanna, has confirmed she will headline the halftime show at the upcoming Super Bowl LVII after a seven-year hiatus from performing.

And the internet is going crazy.

While we can expect an incredible performance, we can also expect some seriously epic outfits, all the way down to the watch.

And that’s because the Fenty Beauty founder is an avid watch collector with an epic collection.

5. Cartier Panthère – $5,000

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Rihanna has been seen wearing her Cartier Panthère in yellow gold on numerous occasions, including in some of her Instagram posts.


A classic, timeless watch, the Panthère (French for panther) was launched in 2014 and sports a tank-style case shape.

Unlike other high-end Swiss pieces, this watch is not automatic, which explains the relatively ‘low’ price tag for a gold watch: $5,000.

4. Piaget Polo – $11,000

Rihanna has worked as a brand ambassador for Piaget and that pretty much means she can take home whichever model she wants.

This is the 38mm Polo in yellow gold, a modern iteration of a watch that Piaget has been making since 1979.

This particular piece also made a cammeo appearance in Rihanna’s music video Take a Bow.

Pricing for this model starts at around $11,000.

3. Chopard Happy Sport -$13,000

Like most celebrities, the Rihanna watch collection includes a lot of watches made by companies she works with as a brand ambassador.

Even so, she definitely knows how to pick them.

This is the Chopard Happy Sport, an automatic watch made from white gold.

The watch is available with or without diamonds and there’s even a version with individual diamonds ‘floating’ around the dial.

Rihanna went all in with diamonds on the bezel, case, dial and bracelet.

Prices vary significantly based on which model you pick but you’re looking at $13,000 or more.

2. Rolex King Midas by ‘Patcharavipa’ – $42,000

This is one of the craziest pieces in the Rihanna watch collection; a custom-made Rolex Kind Midas from the 1970s.

The R & B singer broke the internet earlier this year when she announced her pregnancy with a photoshoot in which she was wearing a pink jacket and this watch.

This particular piece was customized by renowned jeweler Patcharavipa Bodiratnangkura.

Hailing from Bangkok, Thailand, Patcharavipa is famous for her over-the-top design ideas when it comes to watches, and it shows.

This piece is made from 18k yellow gold with unique decorations on the case and the integrated bracelet.

It retails for about $42,000.

1. Patek Philippe Nautilus Flyback Chronograph – $68,600

There’s an unwritten rule that says you must own a Patek Philippe Nautilus if you’re a celebrity.

Rihanna is no exception.

She is often spotted wearing a flyback chronograph Nautilus in rose gold.

This is one of the most coveted watches in the world and, as you can imagine, it is quite pricey.

In theory, the watch retails for $68,600.

In reality, you simply can’t get it at retail which is why it now trades for $250k in the secondary market.


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