Chanel puts on a winning performance at the Oscars

Celebrities of all kinds were out in Chanel for the big Oscars night itself and for the Chanel and Charles Finch's pre-Oscars dinner in Los Angeles.


As the 85th annual Academy Awards drew the awards season to a close, it also marked the end of the red-carpet mania that has consumed the film world for several months now. With an impressive showing on the big night itself, Chanel Fine Jewellery was the choice of some of the most beautiful women working in Hollywood today.

Fittingly, when 'Anna Karenina' costume designer Jacqueline Durran took to the stage to receive her Oscar for Best Costume Design, she did so wearing elegant Fleur de Perle earrings in white gold, diamonds and cultured pearls and a Camélia Brodé diamond bracelet. Rose Byrne, star of recent romantic comedy 'I Give it a Year' and last year's Oscar-nominated 'Bridesmaids', looked radiant at the Vanity Fair party in Chanel, opting for Pétales de Camélia earrings, the opals on which exactly matched her off-white gown, and Camélia Ruban rings and bracelet. Elsewhere, Alicia Vikander, the talented star of the Oscar-nominated 'Royal Affair' and also 'Anna Karenina', wore Camélia Brodé earrings in white gold and diamonds.

The Oscars weren't just about the ceremony though, with a number of Hollywood alumni making an appearance at the 5th annual pre-Oscar dinner in Los Angeles, hosted by Chanel and Charles Finch. The dinner took place at Madeo Restaurant in Beverly Hills, the evening before the big show, to celebrate a night of fashion and film. Soon starting her sixth and penultimate season on hit show 'Mad Men', January Jones looked glam in a cropped black sweater and some amazing cigarette pants, both from Chanel's Cruise Versailles Collection, accessorised with an Eventail cuff in white gold and black and white diamonds. Meanwhile, Chloë Moretz may have only just turned 16 but she's already got the Chanel bug. Wearing a cute tweed mini dress with pearl buttons, she too, chose Camélia Brodé earrings - and a Plume de Chanel bracelet - to complete her sweet 60s look.


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