Golden (or Diamond or Gemstone or Pearl) Globes

No longer quite the stepchild of the Academy Awards, the Golden Globes remain, nonetheless, not as serious a fashion moment as the Oscars. For celebrities, that means less pressure for perfection and more opportunity to try their hand, neck, or wrist at something different. Jennifer Garner, for example, chose seed pearls over diamonds, and Cate Blanchett went for an Eastern-inspired fringe gemstone necklace to match her hippie-ish multicolor print gown. This year, stars and starlets borrowed more jewelry from more companies than ever before, but the likes of Harry Winston and Fred Leighton remained favorites. And despite the range of gems seen, diamonds remained first choice among the rich and famous, with colored diamonds—a trend that has been hot on the red carpet for several years—celebrating a strong presence. Halle Berry, for example, was much photographed in a stunning suite
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