The Best, Brightest, and Most Jaw-Dropping Jewelry at the 2017 Oscars
Yeah, yeah, yeah, the dresses are spectacular, but if I'm being honest, it's really all about the jewelry. Those multi-carat, rare gem, one-of-a-kind pieces that complete an outfit. The ones that make all the red carpet commentators acknowledge those lingering security guards standing by, protecting their goods. This year's Oscars was sparkly and glamorous as ever.
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Here, our favorite pieces (and all their details!).
Ruth Negga in Irene Neuwirth featuring Gemfields
Ruth Negga wore Irene Neuwirth featuring Gemfields responsibly sourced Mozambican rubies. Her head piece features 146.16 carats of Gemfields Mozambican rubies, the earrings include 37.18 carats of Gemfields Mozambican rubies and 3.26 carats of diamonds, and the ring showcased a 14.89 carat Gemfields Mozambican ruby framed by white diamond pavé, all set in blackened white gold.
Jessica Biel in Tiffany & Co.
Jessica Biel wears a handcrafted Tiffany & Co. collar, made using over 350 uniquely shaped 18k yellow gold fronds and over 200 baguette diamonds. The collar is roughly 60 carats.
Pharrell Williams in Chanel
Chanel “Pluie de Camélia” brooch in 18K white gold, diamonds and cultured pearls.
Charlize Theron in Chopard
Diamond chandelier earrings.
Taraji P. Henson in NIRAV MODI
Taraji P. Hensen wore a NIRAV MODI statement necklace, made with 103 carats of diamonds from the brand’s Luminance collection. She also wore NIRAV MODI’s Evergreen Emerald Ring, colored stone and diamonds over 8 carats.
Kirsten Dunst in Niwaka
Diamond earrings and necklace.
Janelle Monae in Ellie Saab, Forevermark Diamonds, and a Custom Design
In an Ellie Saab necklace (attached to gown), Forevermark Diamonds earrings and rings, and custom made headband.
Dakota Johnson in Cartier
Necklace by Cartier from "a museum."
In a Bulgari diamond necklace.
Isabelle Huppert in Repossi
Isabelle Huppert in a stunning earpiece by Repossi.