The 2018 Oscars were much more colorful than the blackout statement at the Golden Globes, except when it came to the jewels. Diamonds and white metals were the overwhelming favorite among the stars. The other major trend on the Oscars red carpet was sparkling drop earrings, particularly pear shaped gems or filigree designs. Necklaces were not as prevalent as in past years but those that did appear were sparkling diamond statements.
Chopard jewels adorned the most stars on the red carpet while De Beers Forevermark and Harry Winston diamonds had the most sparkle. Fred Leighton and Piaget also did well for the night.
For the men, Montblanc and Piaget were the watches of choice and Montblanc ruled when it came to cuff links and tuxedo studs.
Lead Actress nominee, Sally Hawkins, is wearing Chopard jewels on the red carpet that include earrings with 11.69-carats of pear-shaped pink quartz, 2.48-carats of rubellites, 1.96-carats of pink rubellites and 1.37-carats of diamonds set in 18k white gold from the “Temptations Collection”; and a ring topped with a 3.44-carat fancy brown pink diamond, along with white and pink diamonds set in 18k rose gold and platinum from the “High Jewelry Collection.”
Best Actress nominee, Meryl Streep, wore Fred Leighton, including old mine diamond and gold dart earrings and 19th Century diamond and gold bangle bracelet. Best Supporting Actress nominee, Allison Janney, wore more than 125 carats of Forevermark diamonds, including a Forevermark by Rahaminov Diamond Riviera Necklace set in platinum (55.26 carats), Forevermark by Premier Gem Asscher Diamond Ring with Side Baguettes set in platinum (18.10 carats), Forevermark by Premier Gem Round Brilliant Diamond Studs set in platinum (11.13 carats), Forevermark by Rahaminov Diamond Line Bracelet set in platinum (27.02 carats), Forevermark by Rahaminov Diamond Line Bracelet set in 18k White Gold (10.12 carats) and a Forevermark by Rahaminov Diamond Line Bracelet set in 18k White Gold (6.80 carats). Source: Forbes