Oscars 2020: the high jewelry winners!
“And the winner is... the necklace!”
The Oscars night, the golden event did not deceive! One of the most-watched red carpets in the world did take place on Sunday night at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. Once more, we witness a memorable showcase of the most spectacular pieces of jewelry!
As far as jewelry is concerned, however, not much-colored pieces were spotted on the red carpet. Most of the actresses were wearing a traditional pure white diamond ensemble to accessorize their outstanding dresses.
Aren’t diamonds the girls’ best friend, after all? When it comes to enhancing a haute couture dress, diamonds are definitively a safer choice. Yesterday night, among all the dazzling and sparkling and shining, and overall elegant and tasteful looks of the evening, we came clearly to the conclusion that the masterpiece ruling the red carpet was the necklace. A strong, solid, heavy, carats weighted necklace!
Let’s review our top picks of the evening:
Actress Zazie Beetz owned the red carpet by wearing not only one but two Bvlgari high jewelry necklaces: the Divas' Dream necklace in white gold and round-cut diamonds as well as the second necklace in white gold set with diamonds and an oval emerald of 5.49 carats).
Actress Kaitlyn Dever wore a Harry Winston’s Classic Diamond Lariat Necklace (26.28 carats) set in platinum, and Secret Cluster Diamond Earrings with Ruby Drops (11.19 carats) set in platinum and 18k yellow gold, adding a discreet but perfectly matching touch of color during the soirée.
Charlize Theron, best Actress Nominee, wore a necklace with an over 21 carats marquise-cut diamond from the Tiffany & Co. high jewelry fall collection 2020. Designed by the artistic officer Reed Krakoff, the platinum piece took over 18 months to complete and feature over 160 diamonds.
Florence Pugh, best-supporting actress nominee, wore a diamond wrap choker necklace with a teardrop gemstone from Louis Vuitton's High Jewelry "Riders of the Knight" collection. The striking Goutte de Sang white gold necklace comprises one pear-shaped imperial topaz a total of 21,03 carats, one flower cut diamond (1,60 carats), one pear-shaped diamond (3,01 carats), 131 baguette-cut diamonds (20,76 carats) and 126 diamonds (8,66 carats). The matching white-gold pear-shaped imperial topaz ring also comes from the Riders of the Knights collection and features 42 baguette-cut diamonds, a total of 16,69 carats, and 20 diamonds of 1,49 carats.
Gal Gardot accessorized her look with a pair of beautiful earrings and a dazzling Tiffany & Co. Clara diamond necklace, designed by chief artistic officer Reed Krakoff. The platinum piece features over 125 individual diamonds, totaling 77 carats. so that So sparkly to look at!
What are your favorite pieces?