From Anna Wintour to JLo, just about every A-list celeb came bejeweled in their Sunday best to the 2015 Tony Awards. Take a gander through our glammed out photo gallery featuring our favorite red carpet jewelry looks. Statement drops, power bangles and icy diamond accents were some of the many must-have sparklers igniting this star–studded night.
Lights! Camera! Fashion! The jewelry and fashion worlds collided this past Monday at the 2015 Met gala, Christening the Costume Institute’s China: Through the Looking Glass fashion exhibition. From Beyonce’s full frontal crystal adorned ‘gown’ to SJP’s (Sarah Jessica Parker) flame throwing headdress, this ball seemed more like a nudist colony-meets-offensively-tacky-Chinese New Year bash. Did Ms. Wintour mistaken you for one of the Real Housewives of New York and turn down your $100K request to buy a table? Well, that makes two of us. But no worries, we’ve got you covered on the top jewelry trends from fashion’s biggest Superbowl soiree…
While blingy rings and statement pendants seemed to be a thing from this past red carpet season, sparkly arm parties were a hot ticket item at the ball. SJP rocked a bunch of boho-style bangles while good ol’ Katie Holmes played it safe with an icy trail of sparklers igniting her wrist and refining her look.
Everyone’s favorite ’90s throwback was practically a red carpet prerequisite. Chloe Moretz, Selena Gomez and the like, seemed to be sporting delicate black chokers. Even for super A-lists like Rihanna who trailed along in a breathtaking fur-trimmed sun yellow cape, chokers were the perfect way to illuminate her neckline, finishing off her dramatic look with a delicate sparkle.
Tasseled drops were a fave amongst Bee Shaffer and Lizzy Caplan. While drops may be a great way to draw attention to one’s face, it’s the wispy movement and structure of their tasseled cousin that adds an extra dose of glitz and glamor.
Matching earrings are a must, which Amal and Solange proved like no other! Both chose to wear more avant-garde and edgier designs which is why chic jewels were the perfect fit for what could have been one potential style conundrum.
Top Color: Red
We LOVED the red trend especially on Helen! With her laser cut-out gown and medallion drops, Helen Mirren slayed the scene in this incredible color. Mirren’s look was the perfect balance of Haute Couture without overbearing.
Even with Rihanna’s never ending silk trail and other fashion spectacles, the sheer drama were in those see-through ankle scrapers worn by JLo, Kim Kardashian West and Beyonce. The good thing about wearing next to nothing and being decked in crystals is, no need to wear jewelry right? Was it too much or too little? You vote!
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From diamond drops to crystalline bibs the 2015 Golden Globes kicked off with a blast of icy white jewels trailblazing their way down the red carpet. Chandelier earrings and shoulder dusters made a fierce comeback while decadent diamond bib necklaces stole the scene. Wintry white and majestic metallic gowns ignited the red carpet with lush crimson dresses adding a sensual yet classic edge. Weigh in on your favorite looks and stay tuned for our Golden Globes 2015 sale.
Yesterday comedic legend and fashion icon Joan Rivers died due to complications during a routine medical procedure. Celebrated for her sharp wit, and candid sensibilities, the Larchmont, New York native was iconic for openly slamming celebrities and for her riveting Red Carpet coverage and commentary, coining the phrase “Who Are You Wearing?”. Rivers began her career in the ‘60s but it wasn’t until 1965 when she appeared on the Johnny Carson show, candidly remarking on childbirth, abortion and feelings of inadequacy that her career skyrocketed into stardom with her controversial daytime talk show The Joan Rivers Show.
In addition to being accredited as one of the longest standing female comedians she had a natural gift for gaud. In the 2010 documentary Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work filmed in her unabashedly Baroque home, she reveled about her adoration for extravagance as she deadpanned: “Marie Antoinette would have lived here if she had money.” Rivers even developed a line of jewelry and accessories for QVC for the past 24 years.
Spanning over a fifty year career Joan Rivers will always be remembered as a legend, elegantly armored to take on any Red Carpet occasion with her razor-sharp sass and unapologetic opulence. Let’s take a look at some of her most memorable moments.
Scarlett Johansson (ScarJo) is known as one of the hottest women on the planet – what a title!
We’re big fans of hers, and love keeping tabs on her red-carpet looks. Recently, ScarJo has been promoting her latest Captain America 2 film.
Check out the photo of her below (pregs & fabulous!), at the UK premiere for the movie. She looks just stunning in her red dress with matching lip, but what we’re really envious of is her jewelry. Look at that necklace. Can you say bling bling?
ScarJo, Photo Credit: www.eonline.com
ScarJo, Photo Credit: www.ibnlive.in.com
Want the look for less? We’ve rounded-up a few similar necklaces from Jewelry.com. Check them out for yourself.
1/10 ct Diamond Necklace in Sterling Silver
1/4 ct Diamond Flower Necklace in Sterling Silver
Carolyn Pollack Filigree Heart Necklace in Sterling Silver
We’d happily wear any one of these beauties! Keep in mind that chokers and shorter necklaces are coming back into style.
Natalie Portman in Victor & Rolf and Tiffany jewelry
Jewelry fashion at the 2011 Golden Globe Awards was a lot like that bittersweet time when you realize there isn’t an Easter Bunny. You’re kinda disappointed – but as long as you still have some sugar in a basket – all is good.
Lea Michele in Oscar de la Renta and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry
While no one knocked my socks off this year, the sugary sparkle came in the guise of big earring looks, gumball-sized cocktail rings, layered wristwear and a few whimsical surprises to keep us all guessing.
Julianne Moore in Lanvin and Bvlgari jewelry
Candy-colored frocks in pinks (I was right!) and greens littered the carpet, with a dose of ‘hide your husband’ red and basic black for good measure.
Catherine Zeta Jones in Monique Lhuillier and Van Cleef & Arpels jewelry
Angelina Jolie in Atelier Versace and Robert Procop jewelry
January Jones in Versace and Neil Lane jewelry (not pictured)
Sofia Vergara in Vera Wang and David Webb jewelry
Statement earrings were the most popular jewelry choice tonight, with traditional diamond chandeliers rocking it right along with newcomers like geode gems on Kelly Osbourne and the forgotten step-child of the jewelry world – onyx on Nicole Kidman. Who knew?
Kelly Osbourne in Zac Posen and Kimberly McDonald jewelry
Leighton Meester in Burberry and Cathy Waterman jewelry
Tina Fey in L’Wren Scott and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry
Guiliana Rancic in Ippolita jewelry
Nicole Kidman in Prada and Fred Leighton jewelry
Many opted for the understated but always-elegant diamond stud earring to add the sparkle splash. Zzzzzzz……
Piper Perabo in Oscar de la Renta
Eva Longoria in Zac Posen and Neil Lane jewelry
Delicate, web-like diamond necklace designs took the place of the blingtastic bib-look of years’ past:
Dame Helen Mirren in $1.6 million Cartier necklace
Sarah Hyland in Max Azria and Mikimoto jewelry
Diana Argon in J Mendel and Cathy Waterman jewelry
The jewelry-loving peanut gallery in our champagne-filled Live Red Carpet Twitter chat last night all agreed that Jane Krakowski’s Lorraine Schwartz earrings, Tina Fey’s Lorraine Schwartz ensemble, Halle Berry’s diamond bangles and Sofia Vergara’s, well, everything were some of the best jewels of the night.
And the worst? According to the JIC ladies, Heidi Klum jumped the shark in an ensemble that was “all project and no runway”. Classic.
And Sandra Bullock’s bangs deserve their own accessory category called: “unfortunate”. Sorry, Sandy.
Sandra Bullock in Jenny Packham
What do you guys think? Who did I miss? Weigh in! And thanks again to all who joined the #globejewelry Twitter chat extravaganza. See you at the Oscars on Feburary 27th (#oscarjewelry)!
Just got through some early pics of the MTV Movie Awards red carpet. Noticing lots of blue gems, including a cool sapphrie snake ring on Ashley Tisdale and a smokin’ cocktail ring on Malin Ackerman. But love her or hate her, I gotta hand it to Spencer-sib and Hills pseudo star, Stephanie Pratt. Her diamond swirl statement necklace is working for me. Right?
More to come. Including Miley Cyrus in a dress even Angelina Jolie would yawn at, and old schoolers, Cameron Diaz and Sandra Bullock showing the youngsters how it’s done!
“I was shocked,” the 19-year-old crooner said backstage. “I’m so thankful and grateful. I thought Coldplay should have won the award, but I’ll take it.”
Icy diamond cuffs, dazzling statement earrings, and layered chain necklaces all made a glittering appearance at the American Music Awards last night at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles – and the frocks followed suit with a metallic parade of shimmery sequins in gold, silver and bronze.
Taylor Swift is proving to be as big a fashion plate as she is a singing sensation, appearing in an off-the-shoulder silver gown with tasteful diamond drop earrings. The show’s opening act, Christina Aguilera, dazzled in a sequined number reminiscent of old Hollywood, with a diamond cuff as thick as a McEnroe sweatband. Pink and Paris wore their diamonds with golden fabric hues, and Queen Latifah and red carpet host, Carrie Ann Inaba, brought home the bronze.
Competing for several AMA awards, Rhianna and Alicia Keys also battled it out in the “who wore the biggest earrings” category, with the former in thick diamond and gold hoops and the latter in a unique diamond and mother-of-pearl design. Ms. Keys took the look further by adding a traditional Indian accessory, a diamond tikka, which dropped down her forehead in a glittering display. The AMAs traditionally center around performances, and last night was no exception. The show featured high-energy sets from Miley Cyrus, Ne-Yo and Beyonce, though a pair of lackluster medleys opened the program from Christina Aguilera and the reunited boy band from yesteryear, New Kids on the Block. Yes, folks, they’re still hanging tough. Other highlights included an inspired performance by the Award of Merit winner, Annie Lennox, who brought the crowd to their feet with her stripped down performance of “Why”. And in a pleasant surprise, Pink joined Sarah MacLachlan on stage to harmonize beautifully to her hit “Angel”. But the biggest shock of the night wasn’t when Kanye West called himself the new Elvis, but when the Artist of the Year award went to a stunned Chris Brown. “I was shocked,” the 19-year-old crooner said backstage. “I’m so thankful and grateful. I thought Coldplay should have won the award, but I’ll take it.” Click here for a complete look at last night’s big winners.