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The Most Iconic Jewelry From The Academy Awards Red Carpet

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Awards season is in full swing, and everyone is obsessing over red carpet fashion. While the gowns are usually the topic of discussion, the accessories that get paired with them are key to pulling the look together.

Some starlets rent million dollar diamonds for each event, while others try to steal the spotlight with quirky pieces. In preparation for the Academy Awards, we’ve rounded up some of the most iconic pieces of red carpet jewelry throughout the ages.

Jennifer Aniston’s Engagement Ring


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Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, and that was no exception for Jennifer Aniston at the 2013 Academy Awards. The Friends star turned Oscar nominee flashed her rock for the world to see shortly after her engagement to Justin Theroux.

Angelina Jolie’s Emerald Earrings


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 Whether you’re Team Aniston or Team Jolie, you can’t argue that Angelina’s red carpet style is flawless. She further proved that point at the 2009 Academy Awards while donning a gorgeous pair of Lorraine Schwartz emerald earrings.

Lupita Nyong’o’s Diamond Headband


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 At last year’s Academy Awards, Lupita Nyong’o was the belle of the ball. In a floor length blue gown, a sparkly diamond headband from Fred Leighton, and a well-deserved Academy Award, she looked like Cinderella having a fairytale ending.

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 It’s no secret that Elizabeth Taylor loved her diamonds. (She named her perfume after them!) At the 1967 Academy Awards, Liz wore a pair of diamond and pearl statement earrings and tiara that went really well with her golden statue.

Cher’s Feather Headpiece


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 Lady Gaga and Nicki Minaj may think that they invented cooky red carpet fashion, but Cher taught those rookies everything they know. It was hard to miss Cher at the 1986 Academy Awards where she paired a full black feather crown with a barely-there black sequined bandeau top and matching sequin skirt.

Julie Andrews' Diamond Fringe Necklace 

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 Statement necklaces are the perfect way to glamourize any red carpet or casual look. In 1965, Julie Andrews wowed us with a diamond fringe statement necklace that complemented her canary yellow gown.

Charlize Theron’s Diamond Clips

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As if her gown wasn’t stunning enough on its own, Charlize Theron used two Fred Leighton diamond clips to bling out her orange Vivienne Westwood dress.

Zoe Saldana’s Purple Cocktail Ring


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At the 2010 Academy Awards, Avatar star Zoe Saldana wore an 80-carat amethyst ring with a diamond inlay that was out of this world! The rock took up most of her hand, but matched her purple Givenchy Haute Couture gown perfectly.

Gwenyth Paltrow’s Matching Ring, Earrings, and Brooch

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Everyone loves a pop of color, especially when it sparkles! Goop wore Louis Vuitton high jewelry on her ears, finger, and dress with multicolored diamonds to add some color to her metallic Calvin Klein gown.

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