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By the time we get through awards season to the Academy awards, we are expecting the A- list stars to turn on the glamour and this year they did not disappoint. They brought it on old Hollywood style with some of the best gowns and jewels we’ve seen on the red carpet since the Emmy kicked off the season back in September throughout the various award in January. Let’s look at the best of Oscar 2020 jewelry:
Necklaces shone as the key trend at the Golden Globes and although we saw some beauties on the red carpet throughout awards that followed, the 92nd Academy Awards brought them back as the star jewel in a variety of diamond styles.
Greta Gerwig outdoes all her other awe-inspiring looks she’s worn on the red carpet this season in this Bvlgari’s High Jewelry Collection necklace of platinum, emeralds and diamonds.
Charlize Theron has sparkled at each awards show and she does it again in this Tiffany & Co. necklace with 165 diamonds including a marquise diamond drop (over 21 carats) set in platinum
Gal Gadot looks radiant in this Tiffany & Co. ‘Clara Necklace’ with an oval diamond (over 11 carats) and mixed-cut diamonds , set in platinum
Earrings continue to be worn in a variety of styles, from small chandeliers to linear styles to button and stand out studs.
Brie Larson hit a note of perfection with her entire look. Her Bvlgari earrings are the perfect shape and length for her gown and the rest of her jewels.
Bracelets range from wide diamond curb link chain style piled up the arm to retro-inspired looks and a variety of bangles and cuffs. Diamonds connected the styles we saw throughout the evening.
Sandra Oh in Pomellato, combines diamond curb chain cuffs and flexible bracelets together and wears them climbing up her wrist.
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The 2017 Emmy Awards are history. Big Little Lies was a big winner along with Donald Glover, "Saturday Night Live" and "The Handmaid's Tale." Lena Waithe made history as the first black woman to win for writing in a comedy series, "Handmaid's" was the first streaming show to win drama, and Donald Glover was the first black man to win directing in comedy.
Those big expanses of décolletage revealed by low-cut gowns are going largely undecorated on the 2017 Emmy red carpet, which could be bad news for some jewelry designers.
Those diamond dealers know that any major bit of bling that's photographed on a celebrity can instantly jump in value and start big trends.
Yet, where cleavage goes bare, ear lobes do not. Large drop earrings added the essential sparkle. Sporting the look: Tracee Ellis Ross, Laverne Cox, Ellie Kemper, Leslie Jones and Sofia Vergara.
For her first collection for John Hardy, designer Hollie Bonneville Barden, the first woman to take the house’s creative reigns, reimagined the classic Naga motif.
The Naga is a mythological figure in Southeast Asia a water dragon that protects oceans and has featured prominently in John Hardy designs.
“My exploration of Naga was, in a way, a unique journey of discovering Bali,” Bonneville Barden commented in a release.
“Through my creative process, I uncovered that, beyond the Naga myth, Balinese folklore depicts the Naga as an embodiment of different natural spirits the earth, the ocean and the sky, representing the elements of natural phenomena and its raw beauty. To me, this concept of duality is universal.”
Bonneville Barden joined John Hardy last year, relocating from London, where she previously was the creative director of De Beers, to New York and Bali.
Her first John Hardy collection features an array of interesting stones such as bicolor amethyst and obsidian. The incorporation of alternative stones just may be the young designer’s signature for De Beers she introduced natural colored diamonds into the house’s pieces.
“I selected the stones not just for their suggestion of power, drama, the fascination of light and color, but the power of creation they represent. I wanted to show nature’s strength through creation,” she said.
The first offerings from a female creative director comes just as John Hardy celebrates another milestone: the planting of its one millionth bamboo, marking the tenth anniversary of its “Wear Bamboo, Plant Bamboo” initiative, which plants bamboo seedlings for each purchase from the Bamboo collection.
Earlier this month, CEO Robert Hanson joined by Bonneville Barden, John Hardy’s Bali-based artisans and team and local and government leaders including the Head of Environment Bali and Head of Badung Regency planted the one millionth seedling on the grounds of the John Hardy workshop.
“For over 42 years, John Hardy has maintained its dedication to sustainability,” Hanson said. “From the materials used in our pieces to the construction and operation of our workshop in Bali, sustainability is woven into every aspect of our brand.
“Our ‘Wear Bamboo, Plant Bamboo’ program is an important part of this mission. In only 10 years, we are honored to have planted enough bamboo seedlings to cover New York City’s Central Park six times over.”
The bamboo is planted to offset carbon emissions. Seedlings are given to local families, who receive sustainable cultivation training.