DDG Shows Off His Curated Collection of Seriously Luxe Watches and Clothes

We talk a lot about watches here at Esquire HQ. And though we’ll be the first to advocate for investing in a quality timepiece—seriously, it’s one of those rare few “I’ll pass it down for generations” things that will actually get passed down for generations—we don’t necessarily have a quarter of a million bucks lying around with which to build a collection. If you’re in the same camp, you might want to sit down for this one. Because Michigan-born entertainer DDG isn’t afraid to spend some serious cash on what goes on his wrist. He doesn’t just talk the talk—he walks the walk. And in his case, that means literally walking us through his decked out L.A. mansion in our latest episode of Curated, taking a few moments to offer a glimpse at some of his favorite timepieces in the process.

The dude does not disappoint. Shortly after confessing he has a closet full of fancy designer clothing he never, uh, *checks notes* actually wears, DDG pulls out a who’s who of rare watches including an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak ($50,000), a Patek Philippe Nautilus ($60,000), and one requisite (if you’re a rising rap superstar) Richard Mille ($185,000). For those of you keeping track at home, that’s a cool 330k on wrist-wear alone. And really, he’s only getting started.

If, at this point, you’re wondering where you went wrong in life, rest assured it’s only downhill from there. DDG also offers a peek into his custom home theater setup (specially designed with demon time in mind), all with the casual nonchalance of a man who doesn’t take himself—or his stuff—too seriously. It’s a refreshing touch of self-awareness that’d be sickening if he didn’t seem so damn amiable about it all.

Peep the full video above and don’t forget to like and subscribe. Happy Thursday, people. Let’s get that (watch) money.


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Avidan Grossman is the Style eCommerce Editor at Esquire, covering men’s fashion, shoes, grooming, and accessories.

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