Oscars 2020: The 10 Best Jewelry Pieces From The Red Carpet

This year’s Academy Awards was a night for marvelous necklaces and luxury jewels: remarkable stones and modern jewelry were prominently seen throughout the night of Oscars 2020. When you are walking the Red Carpet for one of Hollywood’s biggest nights, then you definitely need to shine. Luxury Safes presents to you the most exquisite, beautiful and contemporary jewels that were exhibited by celebrities during the Red Carpet in the Oscars 2020.

Janelle Monáe in Forevermark



At the 92nd Annual Academy AwardsJanelle Monáe sparkled and shined with a silver A-line gown hand-embroidered with over 168,000 Swarovski crystals by Ralph Lauren and with over 60cwt of Forevermark diamond jewelry worth $700,000. According to her stylist Alexandra Mandelkorn: ‘I chose Forevermark because her gown is encrusted with crystals, so we needed diamonds with the lightest and sparkle.” At Oscars 2020, the singer and actress brought a Forevermark’s Lace of Light diamond choker, featuring 26.54 carats of diamonds set in 18-karat white gold.

Scarlett Johansson in Forevermark



Stunning, beautiful and marvelous: for Oscars 2020‘s Red Carpet, Scarlett wore a brilliant pair of diamond drop earrings that were a partnership among Forevermark and jewelry designer Anita Ko. The earrings are crafted of pear-shaped and round-cut diamonds totaling 26.65 carats and set in white gold. Her luxury jewels for the night totaled $2.5 million.

Mindy Kaling in Chopard


For the Oscars 2020‘s Red Carpet, Mindy Kaling paired her Dolce & Gabbana dress with diamonds by Chopard, including a modern jewelry necklace crafted of almost 125 carats of marquise diamonds, all set in 18-karat white gold.
 Cynthia Erivo in Piaget

Just wonderful! The double nominee wore seven different Piaget rings on the carpet of Oscars 2020, as well with two different Piaget diamond earrings with a unique design.

Zazie Beetz in Bulgari


The Joker co-star Zazie Beetz wore a pair of Bulgari modern jewelry necklaces: the high-jewelry Diva’s Dream necklace of more than 78 carats of diamonds set in 18-karat white gold, topped by a high-jewelry choker of emeralds and diamonds with a luxury design totaling more than 19 carats, including a 5.49-carat, oval-cut emerald at its center.

Greta Gerwig in Bulgari


“Little Women” Director’s high-jewelry necklace by Bulgari featured seven bright emerald beads totaling 56.13 carats, surrounded by white diamonds totaling almost 26 carats and set in platinum.

Saoirse Ronan in Gucci


The Little Women best actress nominee worked with Gucci: her luxury jewels likewise came from the Italian luxury brand, including her high-jewelry chandelier earrings crafted of diamonds, set in 18-karat white gold. The whimsical jewel with a unique design in her hair was a high-jewelry brooch also by Gucci, crafted of tsavorite and diamonds set in white gold. One of the supreme looks in Oscars 2020!

Regina King in Harry Winston


At Oscars 2020Regina King kept her modern jewels to a minimum, with the exception of one standout piece: Harry Winston’s Draperies Diamond bracelet, highlighting 46.93 carats of diamonds, set in platinum.

Salma Hayek Pinault in Boucheron


Presenting a look of a Greek goddess on Oscars 2020’s Red Carpet, Hayek Pinault took the look a step further by reaching out to Boucheron for the jewels to match, including a headpiece of pearls and 18-karat white gold. Modern jewelry pieces with a luxury design!

Charlize Theron in Tiffany & Co.


One of Oscars 2020 nominees – Charlize Theron – wore a black silk Dior Haute Couture gown, and its sculpted neckline proved to be ideal framing for her high-jewelry necklace by the luxury brand Tiffany & Co. The piece with a unique design, from the jewelry house’s Fall 2020 high-jewelry collection, showcased a marquise-cut diamond totaling 21 carats and was framed by an additional five carats of diamonds and set in platinum. One of the best jewelry pieces of Oscars 2020’s Red Carpet, the necklace is valued at more than $5 million.  cheap formal dresses














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