JUNE 1 - 4, 2017

Shine Bright Like a Diamond! GIFF & Betteridge’s Favorite Oscar Jewels

Oscar fashion would not be complete without some serious bling. Since the inception of the Academy Awards, the jewelry worn on the red carpet commands attention. As we gear up for the big night, we teamed up with our friends at Betteridge to look back at our favorite jewels from recent years.

Here are 10 of our favorite Academy Awards jewelry moments. Each look is paired with a piece of jewelry from Betteridge’s current collection, inspired by the glamour and elegance of these red carpet moments. Here’s hoping that Sunday night will be just as stunning!

 

Natalie Portman at the 2011 Academy Awards, where she won Best Actress for her performance in Black Swan. Natalie is wearing a Rodarte dress and Tiffany & Co. earrings.

Betteridge’s Jewelry Pick: Estate Aletto Brothers Invisibly-Set Ruby & Diamond Bracelet

2017 UPDATE: Natalie Portman is nominated again this year, in the Best Actress category, for her performance in Jackie.

 

Viola Davis at the 2012 Academy Awards, nominated for Best Actress for her performance in The Help. Viola is wearing a Vera Wang gown and Lorraine Schwartz earrings.

Betteridge’s Jewelry Pick: Estate Betteridge Collection Belle Époque Demantoid Garnet & Diamond Pendant

2017 UPDATE: Viola Davis is nominated again this year, in the Best Supporting Actress category, for her performance in Fences.

 

Gwyneth Paltrow at the 2012 Academy Awards. Gwyneth is wearing a Tom Ford dress and Anna Hu Haute Joaillerie cuff & ring.

Betteridge’s Jewelry Pick: Estate Betteridge Collection 12.10 Carat Fancy Intense Yellow Diamond Ring

 

Jennifer Garner at the 2013 Academy Awards. Jennifer Garner is wearing a Gucci dress and Neil Lane Jewelry.

Betteridge’s Jewelry Pick: Estate Betteridge Collection Rose-Cut Diamond Fringe Necklace

 

Cate Blanchett at the 2014 Academy Awards, where she won Best Actress for her performance in Blue Jasmine. Cate is wearing an Armani Prive dress and Chopard earrings.

Betteridge’s Jewelry Pick: Buccellati ​18k Gold & Diamond ​”Rombi” Pendant Earrings

 

Charlize Theron at the 2014 Academy Awards. Charlize is wearing a Christian Dior Haute Couture dress and Harry Winston necklace & earrings.

Betteridge’s Jewelry Pick: Estate Betteridge Collection Graduated Round Brilliant Diamond Line Necklace

 

Amy Adams at the 2014 Academy Awards, nominated for Best Actress for her performance in American Hustle. Amy is wearing a Gucci Premiere dress and Tiffany & Co. earrings.

Betteridge’s Jewelry Pick: Argyle Pink Diamonds Green-Blue & Pink Diamond Flower Earrings

 

Emma Stone at the 2015 Academy Awards, nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance). Emma is wearing an Elie Saab dress and Tiffany & Co. cuffs.

Betteridge’s Jewelry Pick: Verdura 18k Gold & Diamond “Tiara” Feather Cuff Bracelet

2017 UPDATE: Emma Stone is nominated again this year, in the Best Actress category, for her performance in La La Land.

 

Lupita Nyong’o at the 2015 Academy Awards, where she won Best Supporting Actress for her performance in 12 Years A Slave. Lupita is wearing a Calvin Klein Collection dress and Chopard earrings.

Betteridge’s Jewelry Pick: Raymond C. Yard Moonstone & Diamond Drop Earrings

 

Naomi Watts at the 2016 Academy Awards. Naomi is wearing an Armani Prive dress and a Bulgari necklace.

Betteridge’s Jewelry Pick: Raymond C. Yard Amethyst & Diamond Flower Bracelet

 

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Thank you to our 2017 Sponsor, Betteridge, for helping us pick the jewelry selected for this blog post.

 


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Lindsey Hascher
About the author

Lindsey Hascher has spent her whole life in Fairfield County. After spending 8 years at Convent of the Sacred Heart on King Street, Greenwich has been her home away from home. She is currently a senior at Quinnipiac University studying Mass Communications with a minor in Computer Science and Digital Media. After volunteering for the inaugural festival in 2015, she wanted to get more involved with the year-long process surrounding the festival. In her spare time, she works part-time at SoulCycle Greenwich and tries to see as many films as possible.

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