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Truman Capote H ave two faces like Truman Capote — or here, Jaeger-LeCoultre Grande Reverso ultra-thin SQ with 18K white-gold body, mechanical hand-winding movement and alligator strap. $57,000, at Zadok Jewelers. The haunting sapphire eyes of the Guinness clan perfectly parallel this Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day-Date. In platinum with domed bezel and president bracelet. $57,600, at Deutsch & Deutsch, I W Marks Jewelers. Sean Connery as James Bond Sapphire-eyed Guinness clan Jacques Cousteau Rolex Jacques Cousteau could dive to the depths of the oceans with the Louis Tambour XL Diving II Blue strapped to his wrist. $6,250, at the Louis Vuitton boutique. JaegerLeCoultre Cary Grant T he debonair face of the Raymond Weil Maestro perfectly suits Cary Grant's iconic masculinity. In stainless steel with yellow-gold case. $1,495, at I W Marks Jewelers, Zadok Jewelers. T he masculine Omega heft and technical wizardry of this Omega limitededition chronometer conjures the quintessential Bond. Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M Skyfall with stainless-steel case, unidirectional rotating diving bezel, water-resistant to 2,000 feet. $6,500, at the Omega boutique, I W Marks Jewelers. Carroll Shelby Salvador Dalí Raymond Weill N ot only does English poet Edith Sitwell have an elegantly elongated and austere face, but so does this Fendi Chameleon watch with black lizard strap. $695, at the Fendi boutique. S urging with a sense of power and speed, this timepiece should be worn by Carroll Shelby, the man who dreamed up the car that inspired this racy timepiece. Limitededition David Yurman Revolution Shelby with black PVD and rubber case, on a black-rubber strap. $8,600, at the David Yurman boutique, Neiman Marcus. David Yurman Paul Newman Edith Sitwell T his face is as perplexing as Dalí surrealism. Cartier Tank Folle with 18K white-gold case, diamond bezel and gray-brushed canvas strap. $46,500, at the Cartier boutique, Deutsch & Deutsch. The Officine Panerai Luminor 1950 Tourbillon GMT Ceramica pairs perfectly with Paul Newman's rough-hewn American aesthetic. $133,600, at Zadok Jewelers. This opulent and ferocious Cartier number would perfectly wrap the wrist of Chinese Dowager Empress Cixi. Cartier D'Art Ronde Louis Cartier XL in 18K white gold with diamond bezel and enamel dial. $87,000, at the Cartier boutique, Deutsch & Deutsch. Dowager Empress Cixi Cartier OCTOBER | PAGE 29 | 2012 Panerai

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