Pictured here promoting his smash series Empire at the annual Television Critics Association conference summer press tour, Grazer is just as loyal to his signature timepiece as he is to his hairstyle.A quick image search shows him wearing the same watch in almost every picture taken in the last seven years. Yes, he’s inquisitive (he recently wrote a book called A Curious Mind: The Secret to a Bigger Life).But his personal style also attracts the interest of others. It looks like an exclamation point but acts like a question mark.The Bulgari Diagono draws attention from its unexpected combinations of materials (Grazer’s marries an 18k gold case with a vulcanized black rubber strap) and its unique design.Grazer is also known for diving deep into his projects. It’s water-resistant to 300 meters, and the clean, black dial with lumed hands and numerals make it wonderfully easy to read on land or under the sea."She has the great quality of being both a player and a voyeur, and she lets you crash the party," says her publisher, David Rosenthal, the head of Simon & Schuster.
This caliber is further finished with côtes de Genève, chamfering and snailed details.
"I think of them as cautionary tales for young women," she says.
Still, she didn't expect her personal story to become Exhibit A.
Despite her jaundiced view of wedded bliss, she was determined to make her own marriage work.
But in June 2007, less than 24 hours after being interviewed on the Today show, she learned that her husband had filed for divorce.