Monday, 28 January 2019
Jewellery at the SAG Awards 2019
The Awards season is almost at its pinnacle - and its shows in the jewellery on the actresses! Apart from some highlights at the other award ceremonies this year, the big jewellery houses have been under represented compared to previous years. The SAG awards though, brought forth Bulgari, Chopard, Cartier, Fred Leighton, Gismondi, Tiffany, Forevermark, Harry Winston, Niwaka, and more. I personally was pleased to see some favourite designers of mine, Irene Neuwirth and Kimberley McDonald have a couple of pieces there too. Scroll through and have a look at the jewels and for something a bit more unusual some guy jewels down the bottom too!
Of course, diamonds were most heavily represented! Emily Blunt (at top) wore Forevermark diamonds in a wonderful curve that reflected the shape of her structured dress. She also wore a diamond hair pin which looked superb in her simple bun.
Amy Adams wore Cartier earrings made with diamonds, spinel, onyx and platinum and a diamond bracelet. I like her choice - the black and diamonds go well with her black dress and the pink spinel gem at the ear adds a touch of delicate colour.
Lady Gaga is definitely favouring Tiffany lately and here she is in a whimsical choker and earrings made with 18ct yellow gold , platinum and diamonds.
Glenn Close had quite a bit of stage time presenting and winning and looked very chic in her Cartier necklace and white suit.
Margot Robbie wowed on the red carpet, reportedly in head to toe Chanel.
Laura Harrier sported a beautiful pair of Bulgari earrings of sapphire, emerald and diamonds. Bulgari always does coloured gemstones well!
Elizabeth Moss wore single earrings from Jennifer Meyer
Danai Gurirra wore Bulgari diamonds that went beautifully with her white dress.
Gemma Chan was poised and elegant in Harry Winston vintage diamonds
Rachel Brosnahan showcased these gorgeous diamond and pearl ribbon earrings by Irene Neuwirth beautifully!
Michelle Yeoh is becoming known for her personal collection of jewellery and watches. I am not sure who made her earrings, but they are a lovely, shapely statement that echoed the shape of the feathers in her gown.
Robin Wright looked a little beachy and very fit and wore a long pendant necklace by Niwaka that sat in her plunging neckline.
Rhea Seehorn chose a simple line of diamonds for her earrings, by Hearts on Fire.
Susan Kelechi Watson went for gold with her sunny yellow dress.
Rachel Weisz wore elegant tassel earrings by Cartier
I adored Angela Bassett's earrings of natural quartz geode surrounded by diamonds by Kimberley McDonald.
Stacey Weitzman, pictured here with her husband Henry Winkler, went all out with pearls
As did Susan Sullivan - whose strand of large pearls must have been close to 2 metres long!
Jane Fonda was dripping in diamonds - and why not! These were by Gismondi
Nina Kiri wore diamonds by Amwaj of Abu Dhabi.
Melissa McCarthy wore Chopard diamonds, because a girl can never have too much sparkle, even when she wears a sparkly gown!
Mandy Moore looked restrained in Niwaka diamonds,
and Alison Brie wore swirls of Fred Leighton diamonds.
Sofia Hublitz wore Djula earrings, while
Britt Baron reportedly wore the most expensive necklace - over 50 carats of diamonds with a retail price of $1.1million (USD) by Gismondi - and it looks sweet!
Jordana Spiro chose Kimberley McDonald with dark geodes rimmed with diamonds.
and Sydney Sweeney wore Irene Neuwirth singles for a matched, yet unmatched look.
And last but not least.... its a little unusual to see men wearing more jewellery than a ring, watch and occasionally a chain/pendant combo, however Chadwick Boseman wore three large botanical/nature themed lapel pins on his suit. They could even be brooches, but that doesn't sound very manly, so we'll stick with lapel pins instead!
I hope you enjoyed the jewellery, next stop on the awards train is the Academy Awards!
Cheers for now,