Oscars 2019 was a fan girl moment for us. And why not? With jewellery worn by the likes of Lady Gaga (we are still drooling over this one!), Charlize Theron and Allison Janney to name a few, jewellery houses like Chopard, Tiffany & Co. and Bulgari redefend the way celebs adorn and make a lasting impression.
Doesn’t Hollywood always impress us with its niche and classy take on bling?
Still going gaga over Lady Gaga’s Tiffany & Co. necklace, the history of which made sure it leaves an imprint on the heart of jewel-lovers! Wearing the iconic Tiffany Yellow diamond, the best actress nominee sported the luxurious necklace boasting of sparkling round and cushion diamonds which are a whopping 128.54 cts. Worn only thrice since its creation, the big fancy yellow diamond was last worn by Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany.
Bulgari too knows how to add the right sparkle at any red-carpet party. Stepping out in High Jewellery crafted by Bulgari, Oscar-winning actress and presenter, Charlize Theron dazzled in more than 300 cts of diamonds. She had on the Serpenti necklace which wound its way royally around her high neck teamed with a white gold double wrap high jewellery necklace, a matching bracelet, sapphire earrings and ring to complete the dazzling adornments.
Introducing Bulgari’s 2019 high jewellery collection launching this summer, actress and Bulgari ambassador, Laura Harriet debuted a gorgeous platinum necklace studded with emeralds, rubellites and diamonds along with a matching necklace. The bright summery tone and high-end craftsmanship make it the perfect adornment for a day or evening event.
Sparkling on the red carpet in Harry Winston jewels, presenter Helen Mirren sported a studded necklace matched with stud earrings and bracelet from the Winston Cluster Suite. The jewellery was spot-on and gave an extravagant touch to her pink outfit.
Another Harry Winston creation which added beauty and dazzle to the red carpet at the Oscars was presenter Laura Dern’s River Cascading Drop Necklace. It elegantly accentuated the sweetheart neckline where each curvy cascade ended as a dainty drop.
Best original song nominee, Jennifer Hudson, lit her one shoulder ruffle dress with a striking pair of Harry Winston Vintage 1972 Diamond Chandelier Earrings set in platinum with 29.59 carats of diamonds.
Presenter Sarah Paulson was a total stunner as she picked the perfect Harry Winston necklace with floral motifs to border her neckline as if a part of the dress. Now isn’t it a beautiful way to embellish a plain couture wear, and what better choice than this Guipure Diamond Necklace with round brilliant diamond micro-pave ear studs.
Wearing vintage in style, actress Rachel Weisz accessorised with a Cartier leaf-motif headband studded with diamonds to gracefully hold back her hair. The band was crafted from two matching vintage diamond and platinum brooches from 1903.
A shimmery metallic dress heightened with gold and diamond earrings from the 90’s Cartier collection offered Glenn Close a striking red-carpet look. The attractive pair dangled beautifully and offered a comfortable yet brilliant sight.
While dazzling and exquisite, Letita Wright’s High Jewellery huge stud earrings by Cartier offered a comfortable look to her red-carpet ensemble. Studded with diamonds and sapphires, the earrings stood out against her metallic tinted dress.
Looking lovely in her plunging sequin outfit, Michelle Yeoh adorned in a pair of stilettos drop earring crafted by Chopard for a dainty dazzle on the Oscars Red Carpet. A bold way to highlight the dainty do, she wore a floral wrap bracelet to add extravagance to the Elie Saab attire.
Majestic in diamond glitter bordering the row of rubies, Allison Janney flaunted a classic look on the red carpet. Crafted by Chopard, the scintillating piece offered the black dress a vibrant sight.
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Jamie Newman wore a thrilling pair of drop chandeliers crafted by Buccellati. The Esmeralda high-jewelry earrings feature pear-shaped emeralds surrounded by honeycomb yellow gold and lace-inspired white gold, set with 312 diamonds.
Set in 18 kt white and rose gold, Maya Rudolph wore a mismatched pair of chandelier earrings by Irene Neuwirth. The one-of-a-kind pair looked stunning with the assorted hues rendered by pearls, opals, tourmaline, sapphires, and diamonds arranged in a matching yet contrasting pattern like dangling charms.
Mismatched earrings are becoming a trendy this year and the red carpet was ablaze with stunning jewels which made quite an impression. Another mismatched pair of earrings were spotted on Tessa Thompson who wore a pair designed by Karl Lagerfield. Featuring beryls and diamonds set in yellow gold, the mismatched pairs complemented each other perfectly.
Donning a high-jewellery pair of earrings by Cindy Chao, Pretty Woman actress Julia Roberts looked vibrant. Drop diamonds highlighted with conch pearls offers a lovely effect to the magenta one-shoulder Elie Saab gown.