The Best Bejeweled Fingers From the 2017 Golden Globes

JESSICA BIEL

Though her multihyphenate husband, Justin Timberlake, was a Globe nominee (for his super-catchy original song “Can’t Stop the Feeling,” from Trolls), Biel was truly a winner in an edgy, very on-trend gown—The belt! The appliqués! The plunging bodice!—by Elie Saab and clusters of gold, diamond, garnet, ruby, and pearl jewels by Neil Lane. Fun fact: Biel’s hair, pulled into a low bun, was topped with delicate gold chains that echoed the adornments on her gold foliate earrings.   


ON BIEL
Diamond, ruby, and gold Toi et Moi ring; price on request; Neil Lane; 310-275-5015; neillane.com


UNDER $2,000
Jaipur 18k gold and garnet ring, $505, Siviglia 18k gold and diamond small pavé ring, $1,430; Marco Bicego; 415-249-3800; marcobicego.com


UNDER $15,000
Double pear ruby and diamond ring in 18k gold; $10,920; Shay; 646-745-6831; shayfinejewelry.com

 

JANELLE MONÁE

Not only did Monáe star in two of last year’s most critically acclaimed films—Hidden Figures and the Globe winner for best drama, Moonlight—but the stylish singer-actress made a huge splash on the red carpet in a custom Armani Privé and a pearl-topped ’do. It’s not easy to pull off polka dots, but the black paillettes, plus the black-and-white palette—accented by colorless Forevermark diamond rings and bangles—gave Monáe’s look an enviable and effortless whimsy.


ON MONAE
Forevermark pavé oval ring with 2.64 cts. t.w. diamonds in 18k white gold; price on request; Forevermark; 203-388-3550; forevermark.com


UNDER $5,000
Shield ring in 18k white gold with 1.14 cts. t.w. diamonds; $3,195; Anne Sisteron; 310-550-0716; annesisteron.com


UNDER $7,500
Taj Butterfly Mirrored ring in 18k white gold with 0.65 ct. t.w. diamonds; $6,570; Sara Weinstock; sara@saraweinstock.com; saraweinstock.com


(Biel: Steve Granitz/WireImage; Monáe: Valerie Macon/AFP/Getty)