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Celebrity News: Black Dresses At Golden Globes Help Highlight Fine Jewelry |  January 10, 2018 (0 comments)

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Beverly Hills, CA—Sunday night’s 75th Annual Golden Globes Awards was one for the history books. The evening—the first large film-industry gathering since the sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein unleashed a tsunami—pulsed with energy as all the female celebrities wore black in support of the newly launched Times Up movement, an action plan to address the systemic sexual harassment and gender and pay inequalities in Hollywood and elsewhere.

Driven by outrage and pent-up resentment, 300 prominent women in the film industry—actresses, agents, writers, producers, directors, and more—banded together to create an ambitious initiative to fight gender harassment, both in Hollywood and beyond to women in all walks of life. It includes a $13 million (so far) legal defense fund raised through donations to help blue-collar workers and other less privileged women protect themselves from both harassment and retaliation after reporting it. The initiative also includes gaining legislation to penalize companies that tolerate persistent harassment and to discourage the use of nondisclosure agreements to silence victims, and more.   

Actresses and presenters alike dressed in black and spoke out about the movement at the Globes. It made a powerful social statement, and inadvertently helped highlight the beautiful diamonds and gems of the jewelry worn that evening. Many celebrities--men and women alike--added the stark black and white "Time's Up" pin to their ensembles.

Actress Chrissy Metz (This Is Us) and actor James Franco were just two of many celebrities who wore a "Time's Up" pin to the Golden Globe Awards. Metz's is on the bow of her dress near her left shoulder; Franco's is on his lapel.

Key jewelry trends for the evening included long necklaces (typically filling in the bare expanse of a plunging neckline) and lots of diamond/emerald combinations with and without sapphires.

Issa Rae, left, and Zoe Saldana, right, wore emeralds with their black dresses. Saldana was one of many actresses to fill in a bare expanse of skin with a long pendant necklace.

Here’s a smattering of who wore what to the Globes and to related before- and afterparty events (many wore brands you carry!):

In Forevermark diamonds:

Allison Williams wore Forevermark by Rahaminov platinum cushion eternity bands, a Forevermark five-row choker in 18k white gold (43.15 ctw), and a Forevermark by Natalie K oval cluster ring in 18k white gold, for a total of 62.51 carats valued at $300,000.

Presenter Angelina Jolie wore Forevermark drop earrings (12.50 ctw) and Forevermark by Pluczenik Integré Opulence ring (3.65 ctw), both in 18k white gold:

Shailene Woodley (Big Little Lies) wore, from left, Forevermark princess cut earrings (9.41 ctw), eternity band (2.97 ctw), and Millemoi diamond ring (1.24 ctw), all in 18k white gold:

Alexis Bledel (The Handmaid’s Tale) wore a Forevermark cluster shield ring (3.40 ctw, below center), Forevermark by Natalie K diamond line bracelet (6.46 ctw, below right) and Swirl fashion band (not shown), and Forevermark x Jade Trau Alchemy round diamond line bracelet and short drop earrings (not shown), all in 18k white gold.

Elisabeth Moss (top of page; star of The Handmaid’s Tale) wore Forevermark by Rahaminov round and pear double drop earrings in 18k white gold (2.69 ctw.):

E! TV personality Giuliana Rancic wore (from left) Forevermark two-row knot and pavé bangle, Forevermark by Natalie K two-stone pear ring (1.36 ctw), line earrings (1.48 ctw), and five-stone marquise ring (1.24 ctw, not shown), all in 18k white gold:

In Le Vian:

Laura Marano wore Le Vian diamond rings to the 75th Golden Globe Awards on January 7:

Chrissy Metz (shown above) wore Hueb black onyx earrings, diamond ring, and these Le Vian diamond bracelets:

Angela Lindvall wore Le Vian black diamond earrings, a Marli diamond bracelet and L’Dezen by Payal Shah diamond rings to the Amazon Studios GoldenGlobes Celebration:

In Harry Kotlar:

Jeannie Mai wore Harry Kotlar diamond ear clusters to the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards: 

Christina Hendricks wore Butani diamond earrings, a Harry Kotlar diamond ring, and Hearts on Fire diamond bracelet:

In Penny Preville:

Laura Dern recently wore Penny Preville’s Starburst Ear Jackets at the Moet & Chandon Moet Moment Film Festival and Kick Off of Golden Globes Week:

In Hearts On Fire:

Samira Wiley wore a Hearts on Fire diamond bangle and L’Dezen by Payal Shah diamond earrings and ring to the 75th Annual Golden Globes:

Missi Pyle wore Hearts on Fire diamond earrings and ring and a Djula diamond ring:

Christina Hendricks (see image above) wore a Hearts on Fire diamond bracelet with her Harry Kotlar ring and Butani earrings.

Briga Heelan wore a Hearts on Fire diamond necklace and Butani diamond ear climbers to The 2018 InStyle And Warner Bros. 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards Post-Party:

At the same event, Rumer Willis wore Hearts on Fire diamond bracelets and rings, Noudar white diamond midi rings, a Gilan diamond bracelet, and Maxior white topaz earrings: 

In Sylvie Collection:

Caitlin Carver, who plays Nancy Kerrigan in "I Tonya", wore Sylvie Collection’s 14k white gold and diamond modern fashion hoops to the InStyle & Waner Bros. 75th Annual Golden Globes Awards Post-Party:

In DVANI:

Laverne Cox wore Gilan diamond earrings and a DVANI sapphire ring to The 2018 InStyle And Warner Bros. 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards Post-Party:

In Platinum Jewelry:

Leading red carpet jewelry brands such as Cartier, Tiffany & Co., Harry Winston, Lorraine Schwartz, Fred Leighton, and Martin Katz dressed their clients in platinum jewelry for the evening. Platinum Guild International announced the following stars wore platinum jewelry (photos, INSTAR Images):

Nicole Kidman wore Fred Leighton Art Deco earrings with diamonds (7.25 carats) and Old European ring with diamonds (6.10 carats) and diamond ring

Issa Rae (image above) wore $5.5 million in Lorraine Schwartz platinum jewelry; a necklace with 100 carats of diamonds and a Colombian emerald center (35 carats), a ring with a Colombian emerald (42 carats) and diamonds.

Also in Lorraine Schwartz platinum jewelry were Eva Longoria (below) and Debra Messing (earrings with 32-carat pear-shaped Colombian emeralds in blackened platinum).

Emilia Clarke (below) wore platinum by Harry Winston: a necklace with a V-shape diamond (18.91 carats), emerald-cut diamond studs (6.32 carats), and three band rings. Kate Hudson wore Harry Winston vintage platinum “Secret Wonder” pendant with diamonds, sapphire, and aquamarine, and 1969 diamond cluster earrings (23.12 carats). Also in Harry Winston platinum jewelry were Claire Foy, Viola Davis, Helen Mirren, and Lily James.

Gal Gadot (below) wore Tiffany platinum chandelier earrings with diamonds, and bracelet with princess-cut diamonds; Margot Robbie wore Tiffany diamond earrings; and Natalie Portman wore diamond earrings and a ring with an unenhanced five-carat sapphire and diamonds from the “2017 Extraordinary Colors of Tiffany Collection. Common wore a “Tiffany Enchant” dragonfly brooch with rubies and diamonds in platinum.

Saoirse Ronan wore “Cartier High Jewelry” platinum earrings with diamonds and sapphire and bracelet with diamonds, and a ring with a 40-carat Colombian emerald:

Ashley Judd wore Martin Katz platinum earrings with emerald briolette drops (11.59 carats), kite-shaped diamonds, and round diamond accents.

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