And we’re off to the races! The 2024 awards season has just kicked off with the 81st Golden Globe Awards, held in Beverly Hills, California. The Globes are typically the first major televised awards ceremony of the year, and offers a bit of a preview of what red carpet styles and trends are percolating and worth looking out for. That, and the Golden Globes, while glitzy and glamorous, tends to be a little more relaxed. We’ve already gotten moments like Timothée Chalamet and Kylie Jenner turning up together, award winner Matthew Macfadyen calling his Succession character, Tom Wambsgans, a “human grease stain”, and Taylor Swift snapping selfies.
On the red carpet style front, though, there appears to be a return to old school glamour. And with it, a fairly subdued taste when it came to jewellery. Statement earrings and necklaces were the leading trend here, worn naturally with a lot of off-shoulder gowns. Dua Lipa took the cake with a truly magnificent archival Tiffany & Co. necklace from 1962 in yellow gold and set with a yellow beryl that played off the gilt embroidery of her Schiaparelli gown.
Interestingly enough, it was some of the men who brought their jewel-accessorising A-game. Barry Keoghan, one of the brightest leading men of the moment, rocked up in a red custom Louis Vuitton suit decorated with pearl accoutrements and a brooch by Tiffany & Co. that referenced a scene from Saltburn, the film he stars in. And it’s not just Keoghan who’s sporting the latest designs from Pharrell Williams’s reign; Colman Domingo paired his custom Nehru jacket suit with an aiguillette by the French maison with more pearl jewellery.
Here, our pick of the most stylish jewellery moments from the 2024 Golden Globes.
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Jennifer Lawrence is in her quiet luxury era. Her choice of jewels, from Tiffany & Co., manage to be subtle showstoppers: a pear-cut diamond necklace and feather design earrings.
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All diamonds with the Barbie actress—Harry Winston, no less.
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American jeweller Tiffany & Co. was out in full force at the Golden Globes. Case in point: Emily Blunt wearing a Schlumberger necklace with Sarah Burton’s last red carpet gown for Alexander McQueen.
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The legendary actress balanced the unusual lavender shade of her Dolce&Gabbana outfit with dazzling Harry Winston jewels: a necklace made of round, marquise and pear-cut diamonds, and chandelier earrings.
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Bassett’s simple Dolce & Gabbana choice paired immaculately well with a pair of statement ruby tassel earrings by American jewellery label Lagos.
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A textured affair, mixing pearl jewellery by Misho, David Yurman and Louis Vuitton.
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The gilt ribs of Dua Lipa’s Schiaparelli played off the yellows of her archival Tiffany & Co. necklace from 1962.
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The Beef star took home the award for actress in a mini-series for TV in Christian Dior haute couture, paired with jewels by Swarovski.
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Keoghan’s custom Louis Vuitton suit took on a vintage swerve with a Tiffany & Co. brooch.
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Olsen opted for diamond earrings by French jeweller Reza to match her white Vivienne Westwood dress.
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The Priscilla star paired her custom Miu Miu gown with a gleaming statement from Bulgari.
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House ambassador Elle Fanning wore a trio of Cartier jewels: a pair of Pluie de Cartier earrings, Reflection de Cartier necklace and a Cartier Collection pearl ring.
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The English actress wore her dual ambassadorships: Tiffany & Co. jewellery and a Valentino dress.
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Leather gloves, no shirt, and a Cartier Panthère necklace to stand out against the sliver of skin.
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The highlight of Timothée Chalamet’s accessories on the red carpet fell on the white gold, black ceramic and diamond necklace by Cartier. But what’s even cooler is the diamond-set Crash watch that he had on.
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As if that firetruck red Bottega Veneta gown weren’t a strong enough statement, Moore upped the ante with a host of Cartier jewels. The highlight: a high jewellery necklace from the Beautés du Monde collection made of rose gold and petrified wood, and set with yellow and white diamonds.
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Watts kept things simple with a pair of Harry Winston diamond earrings to play up the steely embroidery of her Fendi haute couture dress.
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The Daisy Jones and the Six star was recently named a Chanel ambassador and turned out in full force, wearing jewellery and an haute couture dress by the Parisian maison.
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The Killers of the Flower Moon star paired her custom Valentino outfit with a Bulgari necklace and earrings by Native American Blackfeet designer Lenise Omeaso from Antelope Women Designs.
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True to the role of Princess Diana that she won an award for, Debicki went with the house of Dior, pairing an haute couture dress with jewellery designed by Victoire de Castellane.
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Pike’s veiled getup is a brilliant way of circumventing a ski injury. But that didn’t stop the star from wearing jewellery by Boucheron, twinkling behind her veiled headpiece by Philip Treacy.
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With a shiny green Gucci dress like that, the world’s biggest pop star went a little understated with jewellery by De Beers.
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The German’s actress jewels matched the tones of her custom dress, both by Louis Vuitton.