Michael B. Jordan is making his directorial debut with Creed III, and the Black Panther star made sure to step out looking like a boss for the movie’s London premiere.
For the red carpet at London’s Cineworld Leicester Square, Jordan donned a custom black Prada suit that really let his accessories shine. He wore a Vacheron Constantin Fiftysix Self-Winding watch with a silver “sector” 1950s-inspired dial, 40mm steel case and black leather strap. The watch features an openworked caseback that shows off a 22k gold oscillating weight and is finished with the brand’s signature Maltese Cross logo and indicates the hours, minutes and date. The watch is priced at $12,300, and Jordan finished the look with a handful of magnificent Tiffany & Co. diamonds.
Front and center, Jordan showed off two Tiffany & Co. Bird on a Rock brooches, designed by Jean Schlumberger and favored by celebrities like Jay-Z, who recently wore one of these brooches to the 2023 Grammys. These brooches currently cost between $69,000 and $140,000, with price varying depending on the size and included stones. Jordan showcased one 52-carat amethyst brooch and one miniature 2-carat aquamarine brooch, both studded with round-cut diamonds and pink sapphire and crafted with 18k yellow gold and platinum.
Jordan showed even more love to the jeweler with a $14,800 white gold Tiffany Lock Bangle with pavé diamonds on his right wrist and Tiffany & Co. diamond studs in his ears. The Lock Bangle is part of a recent gender-neutral collection from the jeweler, with a design inspired by padlocks.
The Creed III director has stayed loyal to his favorite luxury brands over the years, previously appearing at the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever premiere in a yellow gold Vacheron Constantin Historiques 222 and a yellow gold diamond set version of the same Tiffany Lock Bracelet.