Golden Globes Red Carpet Sparkles with Killer Jewelry: Who’s Wearing What!
There’s nothing better than seeing photos of celebrities wearing expensive jewelry. However they don’t OWN the jewelry, they borrow it from various jewelry design firms and stores. It’s a great way for the jewelry brands and designers to get their names out there by lending amazing pieces to celebrities for events like the Golden Globes 2014!
The great part is that we get to see what these pieces look like and can dream which one we would want to wear if we had that opportunity!
Presenter Uma Thurman selected PLATINUM jewelry by Chopard for the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards:
-Platinum chandelier earrings with white oval and round diamonds (22 carats)
-2 platinum and diamond bracelets (76 total carats)
Jennifer Lawrence in Platinum by Neil Lane
-Art Deco platinum chandelier earrings with black spinel, onyx, black diamonds, jade and coral
-4 Platinum bracelets with white and black diamonds
-2 platinum and diamond rings
Emma Roberts in Platinum by Neil Lane
-Platinum chandelier earrings with turquoise
-Platinum and emerald cut diamond ear studs with micro pave
-Platinum and diamond cocktail ring
-Platinum and round diamond ear studs (4 carats)
-Platinum ring with a 10-carat emerald cut diamond
-3 stacked platinum and diamond line bracelets
-Platinum and diamond riviera necklace
-Platinum and diamond ear studs
Kerry Washington selected PLATINUM jewelry by Fred Leighton for the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards:
-Platinum and diamond earrings from the 1920’s
-Art Deco platinum brooch with rock crystal and diamonds
-Platinum ring from the 1920’s with diamonds and onyx
Platinum is popular on the red carpet since it holds diamonds and colored gemstones most securely.
Platinum gives the all sorts of gems the “spotlight” to glow and show off their gorgeous colors and facets. What’s not to love when Platinum makes you look amazing?
Thanks to Niki Ostin for all the scoop! She and her PRLAB Colleagues are awesome!
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