The jewelry Twitter universe had a major wish granted last night when statement necklaces—not studs—took top honors as the most widely worn jewel at the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards.
“The Statement Necklace is Back!!!” proclaimed @StylingSpy, aka Michael O’Connor last night. And there were so many worn—from Leslie Mann’s Irene Neuwirth mixed gemstone choker to Olivia Wilde’s golden egg-shape gemstone number from Bulgari to Jennifer Lawrence’s (winner, Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy, for Joy) massive Chopard diamond bib—that tweeters and TV viewers had plenty to admire. On that list: Jennifer Lopez and Helen Mirren (nominated for her portrayal of Hedda Hopper in Trumbo) wore platinum and diamond necklaces from Harry Winston; Emmy Rossum wore a vine-inspired Van Cleef & Arpels piece; Sophia Bush wore a diamond choker from Martin Katz; The Affair’s Maura Tierney (winner, Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television) wore a vintage citrine, gold, and black rhodium torque necklace from Fred Leighton; and Olivia Palermo wore an oversize gold leaf style from David Webb.