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Tuesday, 26 February 2019

Oscars 2019: the jewels of the stars

Oscars 2019: the jewels of the stars

The Dolby Theater in Los Angeles hosted the 91st edition of the Academy Awards and on the red carpet the candidates for this 2019 edition were presented, such as Lady Gaga, Emma Stone and Amy Adams, and other important guests.

The real stars of this red carpet were definitely the jewels. Colliers and earrings were the most popular choices, but this year we also saw many bracelets, rings, pins and diamond headbands shine for the hairstyles together with a very special jewel worn on the face.

The winner is certainly Lady Gaga with a Tiffany & Co. label on her neck, a jewel worn only by Audrey Hepburn in 1961 in a promotional photo shoot for Breakfast at Tiffany's.

A hypnotic Charlize Theron has enchanted the red carpet with sinuous Bvlgari Serpenti on the wrist and neck.

Rachel Weisz for the Oscars put two Cartier Belle Epoque brooches in her hair, like a circle, for an elegantly sparkling result.

Amy Adams in Versace wore a Cartier brooch attached to a Cartier High Jewelry necklace, matching them to the 1934 platinum earrings and a Cartier Collection bracelet.

Sarah Paulson sported a platinum choker and 55.70-carat Harry Winstondi diamonds with micro-pavé earrings.

A sparkling night among brooches, earrings, necklaces, bracelets and more original jewelry that illuminated the red carpet.

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