Sensational jewels at the Oscars

Diamonds dominated the Oscars red carpet - just look at Charlize Theron's earrings - but design and colour also made some of the strongest statements.

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  • Winner of the award for Best Actress, Emma Stone radiated red carpet glamour in a Givenchy gown and Tiffany Whispers of the Rain Forest earrings from the 2017 Book Collection.
  • Coloured gemstones were noticeably absent on the red carpet. In a sea of diamonds, Nicole Kidman’s red spinel and diamond earrings by Harry Winston made a strong statement. Image: Getty
  • Jessica Biel’s sensational Kaufman Franco dress needed some equally sensational jewels and Tiffany obliged with my favourite look of the night: this Whispers of the Rain Forest necklace from the 2017 Blue Book Collection.
  • All eyes were on Ruth Negga as she arrived on the red carpet in the most colourful look of the night: an Irene Neuwirth headpiece, earrings and ring set with Gemfields rubies. Image: Getty
  • Charlize Theron wore the most valuable jewels of the night: a pair of earrings from Chopard’s priceless Garden of Kalahari Collection featuring a 25 carat on one ear and 26 carat D flawless diamond on the other.
  • Dalia Daou Phoenix collection white opal ring
     
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  • Diane Kruger in Messika jewellery at the Vanity Fair Oscars party 2017
     

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