Salma Hayek Pinault. Image courtesy of Getty
Salma Hayek Pinault, a presenter at the event, wore a custom crystal-embroidered Gucci gown, Dionysus clutch, and peep-toe sandals.
Michelle Williams. Image courtesy of Getty Michelle Williams' earrings by Tiffany and Co.
Michelle Williams , nominated for ‘Best Actress – Motion Picture – Drama’ for The Fabelmans , wore a custom ivory Gucci gown with bead-trimmed, pleated ruffles and platform sandals. She also wore jewellery by Tiffany & Co. set platinum – a pair of Tiffany Victoria® diamond Vine drop earrings, set in platinum , and a Tiffany Victoria® band ring with diamonds, set in platinum.
Julia Garner. Image courtesy of Getty
Julia Garner , nominated for ‘Best Actress - Limited Series, Anthology Series or Television Motion Picture’ for Inventing Anna and winner of ‘Best Supporting Actress – Television’ for Ozark , wore a custom crystal-embroidered, powder-pink Gucci gown with spiraling ruffles and platform sandals.
Daisy Edgar-Jones. Image courtesy of Getty
Daisy Edgar-Jones , nominated for ‘Best Supporting Actress - Television Limited Series/Motion Picture’ for Under The Banner of Heaven , wore a custom Gucci gown with lace, sequins, and tiered ruffles, Dionysus clutch, and platform heels.
Jenna Ortega. Image courtesy of Getty
Jenna Ortega , nominated for ‘Best Television Actress - Musical/Comedy Series’ for Wednesday , wore a Gucci gown with pleated draping and tiered ruffles.
Diego Calva. Image courtesy of Getty
Diego Calva , nominated for ‘Best Actor - Motion Picture - Musical/Comedy’ for Babylon , wore a deep green three-piece suit, white evening shirt, black velvet bow tie and ankle boots, all by Gucci.
Austin Butler. Image courtesy of Austin Butler
Austin Butler , winner of ‘Best Actor - Motion Picture – Drama’ for Elvis , wore a black three- piece Gucci tuxedo with satin lapels, white evening shirt, black satin bow tie and ankle boots.
Park Chan-wook. Image courtesy of Getty
Park Chan-wook, whose film Decision to Leave was nominated for ‘Best Picture - Non- English Language’ wore a Gucci navy satin shawl lapel tuxedo, white evening shirt, navy silk bow tie and lace-ups.
Mark Foster, seen here with Julia Garner. Image courtesy of Getty
Mark Foster wore a satin peak black tuxedo by Gucci, with white evening shirt, satin bow tie and black patent loafers.
Elizabeth Debicki in Dior
Elizabeth Debicki wore a Dior Pre-Fall 2023 pink silk strapless dress. She also wore a Rose Dior Bagatelle necklace in white gold and diamonds of Dior Joaillerie. ( Makeup by Dior Beauty.)
Selena Gomez. Image Monica Schipper, The Hollywood Reporter via Getty Images
Selena Gomez wore De Beers earrings with diamonds, set in platinum, in a dramatic shoulder-baring Valentino Haute Couture gown, slit to the thigh, with big purple puff sleeves.
Lily James. Image Frazer Harrison, WireImage Lily James wearing natural diamonds for the 80th Annual Golden Globe Awards red carpet
Lily James, Global Ambassador for The Natural Diamond Council and Hollywood darling, dazzles on the red carpet draped in classic, glamorous natural diamonds from Harry Winston for her red-carpet. She selected an incredible natural sunflower diamond choker (25.31 carats), brilliant natural sunflower diamond earrings (4.35 carats), a Sunflower diamond ring (2.35 carat), and a sparkling cluster diamond ring (2.31 carats), all set in platinum, paired with a crimson red Versace gown.
Bailey Bass in Dior
Bailey Bass wore a Dior Spring-Summer 2023 gold silk brocade dress. She also wore a Rose Des Vents bracelet and ring in yellow gold, diamonds and mother-of-pearl, and Gem Dior earrings in yellow gold and diamonds of Dior Joaillerie.
Hilary Swank. Courtesy Instagram handle Lachismeriamx Hilary Swank's earrings by Tiffany and Co
Hilary Swank wore jewellery by Tiffany & Co. set platinum – a pair of Tiffany Archives earrings with emerald and diamonds, set in platinum (1926-1929) , a Tiffany Victoria® mixed cluster bracelet with diamonds, set in platinum , and an Etoile five-row band ring with pavé diamonds, set in platinum.
Anya Taylor-Joy in Dior
Anya Taylor-Joy wore a Dior Pre-Fall 2023 yellow silk top and skirt. She wore jewellery by Tiffany & Co. set in platinum – a Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger® Hands necklace with diamonds in platinum and gold , Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger® Hands bracelet with diamonds in platinum and gold , Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger® Cones with petals ear clips in platinum and gold . ( Makeup by Dior Beauty.)
Kaley Cuoco with Tom Pelphrey. Courtesy Instagram handle of Kaley Cuoco Rahaminov ring set in platinum worn by Kaley Cuoco
Kaley Cuoco Big Bang Theory fame wore jewellery from Rahaminov – a diamond bypass ring (6.03 total carats), set in platinum, with a purple Vera Wang Haute Couture dress, with her partner Tom Pelphrey – soon-to-be parents!
Nicole Byer. Courtesy Instagram handle of Nicole Byer Mega Galaxy earrings with old mine and rose-cut diamonds, set in a swirl motif, set in platinum, worn by Nicole Byer
Nicole Byer wore jewellery by Mindi Mond – Mega Galaxy earrings with old mine and rose- cut diamonds (12 carats) set in a swirl motif, set in platinum, in a Christian Siriano gown.
Hannah Einbinder. Courtesy Instagram handle of HannahEinbinderFans Tiffany Victoria® diamond Vine necklace, set in platinum, worn by Hannah Einbinder Tiffany Victoria® Vine tennis bracelet with diamonds set in platinum, worn by Hannah Einbinder Tiffany Victoria® alternating graduated necklace with diamonds, set in platinum, worn by Hannah Einbinder
Hannah Einbinder , in a black and white tuxedo dress by Carolina Herrera, wore jewellery by Tiffany & Co. – a Tiffany Victoria® diamond Vine necklace, a Tiffany Victoria® alternating graduated necklace with diamonds, a Tiffany Victoria® Vine tennis bracelet with diamonds, a Tiffany Victoria® Cluster tennis bracelet with diamonds, a Tiffany Victoria® diamond Vine band ring – all of them set in platinum.
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