January 27, 2000
Vintage and Dangles in at Golden Globes
Necklines weren't the only things that hung low at the Golden Globes, televised live on NBC Jan. 23.
Jewelry that dangled from bohemian to ritzy antique styles was the prevailing look at the awards ceremony. Long earrings and multi-tiered or fringed necklaces (including one worn by Gwyneth Paltrow) were among the sightings.
Among the designers who outfitted the celebrities were Harry Winston, Martin Katz and Italian jewelry manufacturer Bulgari. Bulgari's trophy list included Chloe Sevigny, Kim Cattrall, Minnie Driver, Claudia Schiffer, Charlize Theron, Jules Asner and Matthew Broderick. Items ranged from a pair of Bulgari cufflinks and a watch (born by Broderick) to a Burmese ruby and diamond ring, ruby and diamond drop heart earrings, and a cabochon ruby and diamond bracelet (worn by Cattrall).
Claudia Schiffer carried a $39,000
red lizard bag accented with 18k yellow gold clasp and chain plus an
Ovale watch in white gold and pave diamonds, a ruby and diamond cross
pendant, a ruby and diamond ring and bracelet.
In addition to a Bulgari museum bracelet - yellow gold in the form of a
snake and adorned with jade, pave diamonds and rubies - Sevigny also wore
diamond-and-platinum cascade earrings and a diamond-and-platinum flower
brooch by Harry Winston.
Also wearing platinum by Winston were Julianne Moore, Heather Locklear,
Lorraine Bracco, Jim Carrey, Cynthia Nixon and Russell Crowe. Michelle Pfeiffer, Jenna Elfman, Angela Bassett,
Halle Berry and Courtney Love wore platinum designs by Martin Katz.
- by Mark E. Dixon and Stacey King