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The most spectacular jewellery moments from the 2024 Golden Globes

As the stars descended upon the illustrious Golden Globe Awards 2024, the red carpet saw some of the most glamorous gowns, tailored tuxes, and spectacular jewels. Hollywood's finest were in heaps of breathtaking baubles, glimmering gemstones, stop-you-in-your-tracks sparkles, and dazzling diamonds galore. This year's event witnessed a captivating display of opulence as celebrities stepped forth adorned in an array of stunning jewels that elevated their attire to celestial heights. Some of the industry’s biggest stars, including Dua Lipa, Reese Witherspoon, and Ali Wong, went all in on look-at-me-neck adornments. Their approaches to the once-tired jewellery category make a compelling case for resurrecting the look in 2024.


Here, we round up the very best jewellery moments from the 2024 Golden Globes red carpet.


Ella Fanning wearing a Cartier necklace and wearing 1960s Balmain vintage champagne dram dress


 Look no further than Dua Lipa, whose vintage Tiffany & Co. neckpiece is elegantly wrapped around her collarbone like a very sultry snake. Then there was Witherspoon, Wong, and Keri Russell all three ladies went for mega-watt sparkly collars. Julianne Moore, meanwhile, made a major impact by selecting a simple enough glittering chain, but with outsize proportions — the ideal accent to her fire engine red gown. Even Timothee Chalamet showed up in an attention-grabbing necklace, which in alternating shades of black and silver perfectly coordinated with his sequined onyx suit jacket and slim-cut pants. From all the exquisitely ornate earrings to the statement-making necklaces and arm candy, to even the gents' striking lapel pins and brooches, here is a closer look at the best jewellery moments from the 81st instalment of the Golden Globes ceremony.

See these bejewelled décolletage moments and more ahead, where we have gathered the best — and yes, biggest necklace moments of the night.









Dua Lipa in Tiffany & Co

Dua Lipa dipped into the Tiffany & Co archives for her Golden Globes jewellery. She walked the red carpet in this impressive gold and platinum necklace with yellow beryl, topaz quartz and diamonds from 1962. She added a matching yellow sapphire ring.
















Jennifer Lopez in Boucheron

Jennifer Lopez arrived wearing these delicate 'Hopi the Hummingbird' white- and pink-gold pendant earrings by Boucheron, set with a morganite stone, and pavéd with sapphires and diamonds.

















Timothée Chalamet in Cartier

Timothée Chalamet in an 18k white gold, black ceramic and diamond Cartier Collection necklace from 2013 and Cartier Collection 18k white gold and diamond Crash wristwatch from 2013.

















Reese Witherspoon

In a Tiffany & Co. Archives necklace from 1997.

























Florence Pugh in Tiffany & Co

Florence Pugh paired her red Valentino gown with a spectacular Jean Schlumberger by Tiffany necklace. She finished her look with several other pieces of Tiffany & Co. jewellery, including earrings in platinum and gold with fancy intense yellow diamonds.













Jennifer Lawrence & Tiffany & Co

Lawrence paired her look with a platinum and 18k yellow gold necklace by Tiffany & Co, which included a jaw-dropping 11-carat diamond pendant the 18k yellow gold and platinum statement studs were also pretty elaborate, made with 6 total carats of "unenhanced" sapphires as well as diamonds.











We looked to see what kind of diamond jewels Best Actress nominees plucked from their jewellery boxes to wear to the event. Stylish leading ladies like Greta Lee (Past Lives), Cailee Spaeny (Priscilla), Margot Robbie (Barbie), Jennifer Lawrence (No Hard Feelings), Emma Stone (Poor Things), Fantasia Barrino (The Color Purple), and Natalie Portman (May December), are sure to turn heads.

From Margot Robbie to Selena Gomez, the stars are coming out, shining in natural diamonds at the 2024 Golden Globes.



The 2024 Golden Globes red carpet looks







Author: Jewellery Pursuer








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