Red carpet jewelry winners at the Oscars 2015

By Maria Doulton

Oscar night is the biggest and brightest evening for the world of fashion as the global press is watching every celebrity, analysing each outfit and, increasingly, their red carpet jewelry.

The Academy Awards 2015 showed an abundance of diamond jewelry, and nowhere more so than on the ladies wearing Harry Winston. Gem-expert Steve Bennett estimated that last year some $25 million worth of jewels walked the red carpet, and this year the value was even higher. …read all at

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Actress Keira Knightley wore her red carpet jewelry in her hair at the Oscars, opting for this beautiful Chanel Café Society Sunset headband, which sparkled with pretty sunset orange Padparadscha and pink sapphires, pink opals and diamonds

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Actress Keira Knightley added this Chanel ring to her Oscars red carpet jewelry, perfectly complementing her dreamy, floral embroidered Valentino gown.

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Actress Margot Robbie added some old-school Hollywood glamour to her black gown by choosing one of Van Cleef & Arpels’ most iconic jewels. The vintage-style Zip necklace was originally designed for the Duchess of Windsor in the 1950s.

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The Zip Antique Colombine necklace with diamonds and sapphires in yellow gold worn by Margot Robbieon the Oscars red carpet – one of Van Cleef & Arpels’ best-known designs.

Nicole Kidman Oscars 2015

Nicole Kidman, who was wearing $7 million worth of Harry Winston jewelry, played her part in ramping up the figures as she appeared in a sequined Louis Vuitton dress.

Presenting at the Academy Awards, Kidman chose Harry Winston diamond ear studs, an 82 carat diamond high jewelry bracelet, a 16.5 carat diamond solitaire ring and a smaller diamond band ring. Despite their value, Nicole Kidman managed to walk the carpet in a relaxed and confident manner. …see all at

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