The 86th Red Carpet was rolled out Sunday and as is tradition, the biggest and best names in the business showed up and showed off. The path to the show was certainly lined with all that glitters from sparkling diamonds to yellow gold and opals, so sit back and enjoy our favorite pieces from the Oscars.
Roberts rocked a lacy peplum but our eyes were drawn to the stunning Bulgari earrings inlaid with baguette, emerald and round cut diamonds. The variety of shapes gave the pieces a unique, Art Deco type quality. She topped the look off with a 1955 statement bracelet, also Bulgari.
The Best Actress winner blew us away with a pair of Chopard drop earrings featuring 62 white opals, set with a white diamond pave in 18K white gold. The stones, brilliant in the light, were a wonderful way to branch out from traditional red-carpet diamonds.
Lupita nailed the yellow gold trend Sunday, with a little help from jeweler Fred Leighton. The Best Supporting Actress winner kept things simple, with a diamond and gold headband, and yellow gold rings and bracelets inlaid with opals, turquoise and diamonds.
By far one of the best-dressed (and accessorized) attendees of the evening, Charlize paired her dramatic Christian Dior Haute Couture gown with an elegant Harry Winston diamond pendant necklace worth a reported $15 million dollars. The piece featured a 31-carat emerald cut diamond flanked by a diamond cluster and containing a jaw-dropping 155 stones.
We love a good rebel, and Amy delivered on Sunday, straying from traditional diamonds and rocking a look all her own. The American Hustle actress accessorized her navy blue Gucci gown with Tiffany’s earrings featuring cabochon rhodochrosite, lapis lazuli, turquoise and diamonds, a Tiffany’s 18K yellow gold and fancy yellow diamond bracelet and a ring set with fire opal, pink sapphire and yellow diamonds also courtesy of Tiffany and Co.