The Best Golden Globes Jewelry Moments

2:21 PM 1/7/2019

by Laurie Brookins

Bold diamonds and gemstones and a more-is-more approach dominated the Golden Globes red carpet.

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Lady Gaga’s custom Tiffany & Co. necklace wasn’t the only eye-catching jewelry choice at the 76th annual Golden Globes on Sunday night. From brilliant groupings of bracelets to statement earrings and bold necklaces, actresses embraced the art of embellishment.

Below is a roundup of the best looks. 

  • Kristen Bell in Harry Winston

    With her pleated light pink and rose gold gown from Zuhair Murad’s Resort 2019 collection, the star of The Good Place wore roughly 130 carats of Harry Winston diamonds, including the house’s Cascading diamond brooch crafted of 33.68 carats of diamonds set in platinum, and the Guipure and Qipao diamond bracelets featuring a total of 86.53 carats of diamonds, also set in platinum.

  • Sandra Oh in Forevermark

    The Golden Globes co-host wore four looks throughout the evening, kicking off on the red carpet with a white draped asymmetrical gown by Atelier Versace, which she paired with Forevermark earrings and seven bracelets, the latter totaling 47.94 carats of diamonds set in white gold or platinum.

    On Saturday evening, stylist Elizabeth Saltzman wasn’t sure whether all seven bracelets would make the cut: “We only have nine minutes to change between the time Sandra comes off the carpet and has to be onstage for the opening — it will depend on whether all those bracelet clasps cooperate,” she said.

     

  • Allison Janney in David Webb

    Among the night’s boldest color choices, Janney paired her draped turquoise gown from Christian Siriano’s Spring 2019 collection with jewelry by David Webb, including the house’s Heraldic Thorn Link Necklace, crafted of cabochon emeralds and turquoise, carved ruby leaves, emerald beads and diamonds set in hammered 18-karat yellow gold; the brooch is detachable.

  • Rachel Brosnahan in Irene Neuwirth

    With her custom marigold Prada gown, the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star chose jewelry by L.A.-based Irene Neuwirth, including two one-of-a-kind single earrings, crafted of tourmalines, indicolite and diamond pavé set in 18-karat rose and white gold. 

    “The mismatched single earrings really were a standout with the yellow dress,” Neuwirth said Sunday night. “They elevated the look (not that it needed elevating). I feel like most girls want to wear gobs of diamonds down the red carpet, so I am always so excited to work with someone who embraces color and difference.”

  • Emily Blunt in Vintage Earrings Courtesy of Neil Lane

    With her high-neck Alexander McQueen custom guipure lace corset gown, the Mary Poppins Returns star kept her jewelry seemingly simple, but there’s a bit of romance about those vintage earrings, which jeweler Neil Lane lent from his personal collection. 

    Weighing roughly 10 carats each, the antique old-mine diamonds reportedly come from European nobility. “The diamonds are in their original handmade settings of silver and gold, and the diamonds are also in their original state,” Lane said Sunday night. “They have not been recut, which is quite rare circa 1875.”

  • Saoirse Ronan in Chopard

    Emeralds were a popular choice on the Golden Globes red carpet — Catherine Zeta-Jones in Lorraine Schwartz and Megan Mullaly in Gismondi 1754 also opted for the gemstone — but Saoirse Ronan’s Chopard earrings were a standout choice, especially against her delicate antique-platinum Gucci gown. From the house’s Haute Joaillierie Collection, the earrings are crafted from 34.88 carats of pear-shaped emeralds and 22.79 carats of diamonds set in platinum.

  • Amy Adams in Cartier

    The Vice and Sharp Objects star paired her teal Calvin Klein By Appointment gown with rose gold and diamonds by Cartier, including earrings and a bracelet from the Les Galaxies de Cartier collection, crafted of diamonds, moonstone and milky quartz set in 18-karat rose gold.

     

  • Octavia Spencer in Lorraine Schwartz

    Among many actresses who wore groupings of delicate rings, Spencer paired her custom Christian Siriano black metallic tea-length dress with a bold cocktail ring crafted of carved emerald and black jade.

  • Claire Foy in Lorraine Schwartz

    With her yellow crystal-embellished satin Miu Miu gown, the First Man co-star wore pear-shaped diamond drop earrings totaling 25 carats by Lorraine Schwartz.

     

  • Isla Fisher in Harry Winston

    From Monique Lhuillier’s Spring 2019 collection, the strapless neckline of Fisher’s lace and organza gown was a perfect frame for Harry Winston’s Cascading Diamond Drop necklace, crafted of 73.55 carats of diamonds set in platinum.

  • Jessica Chastain in Piaget

    A longtime ambassador for Piaget, Chastain paired her custom black Burberry gown with fan earrings from the house’s “Sunny Side of Life” high-jewelry collection, showcasing yellow sapphires and baguette-cut spessartite against delicate feather marquetry work.

     

  • Julianne Moore in Chopard

    Bold bracelets were among the night’s jewelry trends; in custom Givenchy haute couture, Moore chose a pair of wide bracelets from Chopard’s Haute Joaillerie Collection: one featuring 9.77 carats of diamonds set in titaniu, and the other embellished with 30.50 carats of rose-cut rubies and 27.46 carats of diamonds, also set in titanium.

     

  • Kiki Layne in Bulgari

    The actress paired her powder pink and gray tulle gown by Dior haute couture with Bulgari’s Serpenti choker, crafted of diamonds set in 18-karat pink gold.