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Chopard worn by stars at the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards

January 13, 2015

Julianne Moore, Eddie Redmayne, Lupita Nyong’o, Helen Mirren, Colin and Livia Firth and More Wear Chopard to the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards

American actress Julianne Moore, winner of Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture Drama for her role in Still Alice and also nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical for her role in Map to the Stars, chose to wear a pair of diamond cluster earrings (15cts) set in platinum, an asscher cut diamond line bracelet (44cts) set in platinum, a fancy shape diamond line bracelet (24cts) set on platinum, an oval shaped diamond ring (8cts) set in platinum, an oval shaped diamond ring (5cts) set in 18 carats white gold and an asscher cut diamond ring (24cts) set in platinum, all from the High Jewelry collection.

British actor Eddie Redmayne, winner of Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture Drama for his role in The Theory of Everything, walked the red carpet wearing a Chopard Classic Manufacture watch in rose gold.

Kenyan actress, former Golden Globe winner and one of the evening presenters Lupita Nyong’o selected to wear a pair of Precious Temptation earrings featuring briolette cut amethysts (30cts), cushion shaped peridots (8cts) and brilliants (3cts) set in 18k white gold, a Prescious Temptations ring featuring an oval shaped amethyst (12cts), marquise cut tanzanites, rubies, blue and pink sapphires all set in 18k rose gold, an Ice Cube ring featuring pastel sapphires (4cts) and square cut pink diamonds set in 18k rose gold, a white diamond Ice Cube ring set in 18k yellow gold and a brilliant cut white diamond (2cts) set in 18k rose gold from L’Heure du Diamant collection.

British actress Helen Mirren, nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical for her role in The Hundred Foot Journey, chose to wear a pair of ruby (9cts) and diamond (3cts) earrings set in 18k white gold from the Red Carpet collection.

British actor and one of the evening’s presenters Colin Firth chose to wear an L.U.C watch set in 18k white gold featuring a black dial and black leather strap.

Founder and Creative Director of Eco Age Livia Firth selected to wear pear-shaped diamond drop earrings (18cts) set in Fairmined 18k white gold from the Green Carpet collection and a fancy vivid orange yellow heart shaped diamond ring (5ts) set in diamond pave (3cts) and 18k white gold from the High Jewelry collection.

American actress Gina Rodriguez, winner of Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical – for her role in Jane the Virgin, selected rose-cut diamond earrings (17.70 carats) set in 18k white gold from the High Jewelry collection and a rose cut diamond ring (13.91 carats) set in platinum from the High Jewelry collection.
British actress Laura Carmichael, star of Downton Abbey – nominated for Best TV Series – Drama, selected radiant cut yellow diamond stud earrings (10.54-carats) set in 18K yellow gold from the High Jewelry collection, and a yellow diamond bracelet (27.03-carats) featuring 42 radiant cut diamonds set in 18K yellow gold from the High Jewelry collection.
E! correspondent Maria Menounos selected to wear a pair of diamond chandelier earrings (17.71 carats) set in platinum from the High Jewelry collection, a diamond Jardin bracelet (34.91 carats) set in platinum from the High Jewelry collection, an ashoka cut diamond line bracelet (8.41 carats) set in platinum from the High Jewelry collection, an asscher cut diamond tennis bracelet (13.44 carats) set in platinum from the High Jewelry collection, and a Precious Temptations ring featuring a pear shaped tanzanite (7.42 carats), a pear shaped rubellite (5.88 carats) and diamonds set in 18k white gold.

The Golden Globe Awards are bestowed by the 93 members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) recognizing excellence in film and television both domestic and foreign.

Over the past 150 years Swiss jewelry and timepiece Maison, Chopard, has become a global reference for its unique designs, exceptional craftsmanship, spectacular stones, and commitment to sustainable luxury. Admired for its original and refined creations that enhance a woman’s natural beauty, Chopard is well accustomed to the photographers’ flashes on the red carpet. From the Cannes Film Festival, with which Chopard has been an Official Partner for 16 years, to the Césars, BAFTA’s, Golden Globes, Oscars and Emmys, an ever-increasing number of legendary stars and promising young talent trust Chopard to make them shine.

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