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Statement Jewels Are Back! The Top Trends And Brands At The Golden Globes |  January 08, 2020 (0 comments)


Hollywood, CA—It’s a new year and that means it’s time for jewelry to shine, both figuratively and literally. Awards season just kicked off, when all eyes are on the red carpet and the jewelry trends we see there. So far, if the Golden Globe Awards are any indication of trends on the rise, jewelers have a lot to smile about: after years (!) of bare necks and barely-there stud earrings, statement necklaces were the number-one trend of the evening, along with statement-making earrings. One of the evening’s standout looks was the not one but two Bvlgari platinum mega-necklaces that Gwyneth Paltrow piled on  with her see-through gown. (Left, Getty Images).

As the 2020 awards season opened Sunday night with the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards, here’s a look at the top trends and brands from the evening:

Multiple celebrities chose platinum jewelry from top houses: Cartier, Harry Winston, Tiffany & Co., and Fred Leighton, which specializes in estate pieces. Jennifer Aniston (below) wore platinum jewelry sourced from Fred Leighton: a 1950’s diamond double swag necklace and Art Deco ring with a pair shaped diamond, both by Cartier, and a 1920’s ring with a marquise diamond. Rooney Mara wore an antique twin ring with an old European cut diamond, also from Fred Leighton.

Charlize Theron, Jodie Comer, Ana de Armas, Gillian Anderson, Ansel Elgort, and Reese Witherspoon wore platinum jewelry from Tiffany & Co., Priyanka Chopra, Scarlett Johansson, Cynthia Erivo, and Gwyneth Paltrow wore platinum jewelry from Bvlgari.


Priyanka Chopra, left, and Scarlett Johansson wore important necklaces from Bvlgari.

Even the men got in on the act, so to speak: Brad Pitt wore 1920s era cufflinks with diamonds and white enamel from Fred Leighton, and the always-edgy Billy Porter wore platinum from Tiffany & Co.: a diamond riviere necklace with a pear-shaped diamond pendant, a dragonfly brooch, a bracelet and a band ring. 

Billy Porter in a platinum and diamond necklace from Tiffany & Co.

Helen Mirren, Joey King, Lucy Boynton, Zoey Deutsch, and Rachel Weisz wore Harry Winston, and Annabelle Wallis and Glenn Close wore platinum jewelry from Cartier. 

But the show wasn’t all about major jewelry from major houses. Three well-known brands were represented at the event; pieces your customers can have for their own collections. Jewelry from Hearts On FireForevermark, and Mémoire was chosen by multiple celebrities, both for the awards ceremony and for the various after-parties that are as much a place to see and be seen as the main event. 

Four celebrities wore jewelry from Forevermark and/or brand partners. Actress and nominee Rachel Brosnahan (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) wore long drop earrings, diamond eternity rings, and a two-stone diamond ring from Forevermark and stackable diamond bangles from its Black Label collection.

Rachel Brosnahan, aka The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, looked marvelous in Forevermark.

Awkwafina, another nominee (The Farewell), wore a Journey diamond ring from Forevermark by DeGem, and halo diamond studs, a diamond brooch, and a Millemoi diamond ring from Forevermark:

Idina Menzel (Frozen) wore Forevermark earrings and a Forevermark by DeGem ring, and presenter Sienna Miller wore Forevermark by Premier Gem exceptional fancy yellow cushion diamond ring and pear diamond ring, both in platinum, and Forevermark Frozen Beauty diamond earrings in 18k white gold. 

Actress Janina Gavankar, who stars in The Morning Show, nominated for Best Television Series, walked the red carpet wearing Hearts On Fire’s Aerial marquise diamond bracelet (10.6 ctw) and Mémoire’s Fancy brilliant earrings (1.64 ctw), both in white gold:

Hustlers director Lorene Scafaria wore Hearts On Fire’s Lorelei diamond crisscross ring set in white gold:

Actress and presenter Lauren Graham wore the Pirouette pavé bangle from Mémoire, while E! News correspondent Erin Lim rocked a HOF classic double row diamond band set in white gold.

Erin Lim in Hearts On Fire.

At the 2020 InStyle And Warner Bros. Golden Globe Awards Post-Party, The Politician actress Julia Schlaepfer wore Hearts On Fire’s Poetry dangle diamond earrings (5.1 ctw) in white gold. Also at the InStyle party, actress Mackenzie Foy wore HOF’s Triplicity drop ear vines (1.52 ctw) in white gold; actress Iliza Shlesinger chose the brand’s Aurora drop diamond earrings (2.86 ctw) in white gold; and actress Emily Osment donned Lorelei large floral oval inside-out hoops (3.32 ctw) plus Mémoire’s Precious prong eternity diamond ring (1.1 ctw), both set in white gold.

Emily Osment in Hearts On Fire and Mémoire.

One of the stars of Catch 22, Julie Ann Emery (below top), wore Hearts On Fire’s interwining diamond right hand ring (1.52 ctw) to The Walt Disney Company Golden Globe Post Awards Celebration, and actress Caitlin McGee (below bottom) wore HOF’s teardrop halo diamond line bracelet (4.85 ctw) in white gold to Amazon Studios’ after party. All were in white gold.

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