The Best Jewelry Moments on the Red Carpet

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If there were ever a night to break out breathtaking diamonds and jaw-dropping gems, Oscars night would be it. Hollywood’s finest showed up and showed out with the most exquisite jewelry on 94th annual Academy Awards red carpet on Sunday evening. There were dazzling diamond necklaces aplenty, stop-and-stare sparklers galore, and heaps of glitz and glamour. From Lady Gaga’s statement-making accessories to Kristen Stewart’s blinding baubles and Penélope Cruz’s prize-worthy pieces, here is a closer look at the best jewelry moments from the biggest night in cinema that caught our eye.

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Nicole Kidman

Kidman wow’d in a custom Armani Privé gown with a diamond Harry Winston necklace, bracelet, ring, and earrings, along with an Omega watch.

Ariana DeBose

Making her Oscars red carpet debut, the West Side Story star—who won best supporting actress—stunned in a red jumpsuit with a diamond necklace and bracelet by De Beers. She also wore matching diamond earrings and rings by the jewelry brand, along with an Omega timepiece.

Jessica Chastain

Chastain, who won best actress for her role in The Eyes of Tammy Faye, glimmered in a lavender Gucci dress with a dazzling array of Gucci High Jewelry pieces.

Kristen Stewart

The Spencer nominee walked the red carpet in a satin black jacket, white button-up shirt, and shorts by Chanel. She finished her look with a drop necklace in white gold with onyx, spinel, and diamonds by Chanel, along with a white gold and diamond ring and watch.

Olivia Colman

The best actress nominee arrived to the red carpet in a silver, pleated Dior gown with sparkly chandelier earrings.


As usual, Zendaya pulled out all the fashion stops on the red carpet—this time, in a shimmering two-piece Valentino ensemble with Bulgari jewels. She wore a High Jewelry Serpenti necklace, Serpenti Viper bracelets, and several diamond rings.

Penélope Cruz

Cruz, who was nominated for role in Parallel Mothers, opted for a custom taffeta black dress by Chanel, which she also paired with a white gold and diamond ring and earrings by the fashion house.

Marlee Matlin

The Coda star paired her red gown with Harry Winston lapis lazuli and diamond earring and necklace and a 1950s sapphire and diamond Van Cleef & Arpels ring from Briony Raymond New York.

Jada Pinkett Smith

Joining husband Will Smith on the carpet, Pinkett Smith looked enchanting in an emerald dress with matching statement baubles by Glenn Spiro.

Uma Thurman

A Bottega Veneta-clad Thurman had her moment to shine in jewelry by Cartier on the red carpet.

Tiffany Haddish

Haddish accessorized her shimmering green dress with an eye-catching La Gioia Green Tourmaline necklace by Pomellato.

Mila Kunis

In addition to her one-shoulder pink gown, all eyes were on Kunis’s diamond drop earrings, bracelet, and ring.

Lady Gaga

Meanwhile at Elton John’s AIDS Foundation’s 30th annual Academy Awards viewing party, Lady Gaga’s dazzling collection of Tiffany & Co. jewels caught our eyes. She opted for a necklace in platinum with diamonds, earrings in platinum with yellow and white diamonds, and a bracelet in platinum with diamonds.

Lady Gaga

Later in the evening, Gaga made a wardrobe change to present Best Picture with Liza Minnelli. She opted for a shiny black tux with Tiffany & Co. jewels.

Caitríona Balfe

The Belfast star paired her white gown with seriously sparkly bling by Van Cleef & Arpels.

Serena Williams

The tennis pro was pretty in pink in a plunging Gucci gown. She completed her look with massive rings over black laced gloves and diamond earrings.

Venus Williams

Her sister, Venus, also worked it in a plunging Elie Saab dress teamed with jewels by Tiffany & Co. She donned Elsa Peretti High Tide earrings, large Bone cuffs in sterling silver, and a Wave five-row ring in sterling silver.

Rachel Zegler

The West Side Story star stunned in a see-through black Dior gown, which she paired with a gold chained choker by Tiffany & Co. She also wore a Tiffany & Co. diamond bracelet, earrings, and rings.

Zoë Kravitz

Kravitz understood the assignment for the biggest night in cinema: she wore a strapless pink Saint Laurent dress with a diamond necklace and earrings by Kwiat.

Jennifer Garner

Garner completed her red look with statement drop earrings and a glitzy red bracelet.

Lupita N’yong’o

The Oscars presenter turned heads in a gold and pink sequins gown by Prada with matching pink and white diamond earrings by De Beers.

Alana Haim

The Licorice Pizza star hit the red carpet in a shimmering silver gown with simple yet elegant diamond earrings.

Kirsten Dunst

The best supporting actress nominee (she is being recognized for her role in The Power of the Dog) radiated in a red dress with Fred Leighton Marquise and baguette diamond earrings by Sterle Paris.

Rita Moreno

Moreno was a sight for sore eyes in a Carolina Herrera dress and custom Adrienne Landau headpiece—the very same one she wore on the March cover of Town & Country—with Verdura hoop earrings.

Aunjane Ellis

The King Richard star accessorized her orange Versace gown with dainty Irene Neuwirth earrings set with beryl, aquamarine, imperial topaz, tourmaline, and diamonds. With the look, she also wore several rings and a bracelet.

Regina Hall

The actress glistened in dainty Pomellato Fantina earrings, an intricately-designed Catene ring and cuff, and Iconica ring with her brown Vera Wang dress.


The singer completed her neon yellow look with an extravagant diamond and emerald choker and matching earrings.

Tracee Ellis Ross

The actress looked red hot in a strapless Carolina Herrera gown with a diamond and pearl choker by Niwaka.

Jamie Lee Curtis

A Stella McCartney-clad Curtis wore ethically-sourced star-shaped earrings by Cathy Waterman and showed her support for Ukraine with a blue ribbon ring.

Lily James

The Pam & Tommy star paired her pink Versace with a snake-like choker.

Vanessa Hudgens

Hudgens stunned in diamond and emerald earrings with a matching necklace and ring by Bulgari.

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