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Diamonds Shine on Golden Globe’s Red Carpet

Jan 16, 2012 6:15 AM   By Deena Taylor
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RAPAPORT... Golden Globe nominees and attendees once again chose diamond jewelry on the red carpet as the entertainment industry met at the 69th annual Golden Globe awards on Sunday in Los Angeles.

Diamond stud earrings seemed to be popular this year. Best actress winner Michelle Williams wore Forevermark diamond earrings together with a Forevermark diamond garland headband and a diamond snake ring by Fred Leighton while Angelina Jolie wore a 25 total carat weight diamond and platinum stud earrings and a diamond ring by Lorraine Schwartz. Jessica Biel wore 6.12-carat round diamond stud earrings by Tiffany & Co.

The best actress in comedy or musical nominee, Jodie Foster, chose 8 carat diamond and platinum earrings, a platinum bracelet with 84 diamonds weighing 42.61 carats and a diamond ring all by Bulgari with Clare Danes showing off princess cut diamond earrings by Bulgari.

Stacey Keibler showed off 9 carat diamond cluster earrings by Chopard while Madonna wore five diamond bracelets and a platinum and diamond cocktail ring by Neil Lane. Natalie Portman displayed diamond drop earrings, 3 diamond bracelets and a pear shaped diamond cluster ring by Harry Winston and Jessica Alba wore 37.14 carat diamond and platinum earrings by Bulgari.

Vintage diamond jewelry also made an appearance on the red carpet. Reese Witherspoon wore a pair of 1900 diamond bracelets by Fred Leighton, while Zooey Deschanel wore a platinum estate ring from 1970 featuring pearl and diamonds by Van Cleef & Arpels.
Tags: Bulgari, Chopard, Deena Taylor, Golden Globes, Van Cleef & Arpels
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