12 Fave Looks From the 2016 Golden Globes



I saw no ‘worst’ looks this year, only bests among the stars who wore fine jewelry during their red carpet walks on Sunday night in Beverly Hills, Calif.

After a major awards show—such as Jan. 10’s  2016 Annual Golden Globe Awards—this blog typically features a best and worst looks post, but this year the winning ensembles far outweighed the lacking ones. Here are 12 stars, in no particular order, who shined brightly thanks to their superb fine jewelry selections. (Click here to read the news article on Globes jewelry trends.)

Jennifer Lopez in Harry Winston

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Fabulous dress color, perfect colorless diamond jewels. J. Lo for the win, again. (Photo courtesy of Harry Winston)

Helen Mirren in Harry Winston

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This woman always looks fabulous! This gorgeous statement necklace perfectly dresses up the simple gown. (Photo courtesy of Harry Winston)

Leslie Mann in Irene Neuwirth

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Not only is Mann funny and adorable, she’s also got great taste in jewels! This sweet standout necklace isn’t your typical awards-show choice, and that’s why I love it: The piece celebrates a much more creative side of jewelry that few consumers see. (Photo courtesy of Irene Neuwirth)

Jennifer Lawrence in Chopard

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This big bling on the young star (winner, Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy, for Joy) was an easy way to adorn an unfettered frock. What would have been more impressive: mature behavior, considering that she chastised a journalist—whose native tongue was clearly not English—relying on his phone for help during the interview. Diamonds may elevate your outfit, but they can’t help you in the class department. (Photos courtesy of Chopard)

Olivia Wilde in Bulgari

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Loved her gold and gemstone choker—such an interesting choice that beautifully complemented her attire. (Photo courtesy of Bulgari)

Emmy Rossum in Van Cleef & Arpels

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The silhouette of her neckline resembled the one on J. Lo and was equally chic. This is a memorable presentation of colorless diamonds. (Photo courtesy of Van Cleef & Arpels)

Taraji Henson in Kimberly McDonald

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Cookie’s massive emerald danglers were as worthy of an award as the star herself. Henson took home Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, Drama, for her work in Empire. (Photo courtesy of Kimberly McDonald)

Kirsten Dunst in Fred Leighton

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Fargo nominee Dunst brought dark drama to the Globes with a black velvet Valentino gown offset by chandelier earrings in black rhodium with colorless diamonds. So elegant! (Photo courtesy of Fred Leighton)

Zendaya in Yoko London

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I think this look may be my favorite: gold chandeliers with jet-black rhodium, colorless diamonds, and Tahitian pearls (my all-time favorite gem)—so fun, modern, and classic all at once. (Photos courtesy of Yoko London)

Bryce Howard in Irene Neuwirth

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Killer fire opals on this ginger! The colors were lovely against her navy dress. (Photo courtesy of Irene Neuwirth)

Maria Menounos in Ofira Jewels

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Massive black diamonds and black sapphires popped against the white gown on the petite brunette journalist. Menounos’ look—including that braid!—was bold and unforgettable. (Photo courtesy of Ofira Jewels)

Jaimie Alexander in Lorraine Schwartz

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Gorgeous emeralds set in inky black rhodium!! Swoon! Well done, Lorraine. The combination was ideal for this raven-haired beauty. (Photo courtesy of Lorraine Schwartz)

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