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This award season has been marked by a slew of more refined and minimalist looks when it comes to accessories but leave it to the Grammys for the celebs to pull out all the stops. During Sunday’s awards, stars came blinged out in jewels that ranged from timeless to edgy and everything in between. Yes, Taylor Swift broke the internet (again) sporting a watch choker—one of the latest jewelry trends—but other musicians came clad in equally swoon-worthy statement pieces. Here are a dozen of the best jewelry looks we saw.
Victoria Monet in Bulgari High Jewelry
It’s been a big year for Victoria Monet. She released her debut studio album, ‘Jaguar II,” and went on to receive an impressive seven nominations for the record. Sunday proved to be a lucky night for the rising star, as she walked home with three awards, including Best New Artist. Monet came dressed for success in an Atelier Versace gown and an iconic Bulgari Serpenti natural diamond necklace.
Dua Lipa in Tiffany & Co., Rainbow K, and Suzanne Kalan Fine Jewelry
Dua Lipa served up two looks for Sunday’s Grammy Awards. First, the three-time Grammy award winner hit the red carpet wearing a platinum necklace from the 2023 Tiffany Blue Book Collection of two fish kissing featuring 18k yellow gold accents and over 23 carats of unenhanced orange sapphires, unenhanced Umba and padparadscha sapphires, rubellites, and natural diamonds. Later, she took to the stage in jewels from Rainbow K and Suzanne Kalan Fine Jewelry.
Taylor Swift in Lorraine Schwartz
She’s arguably the most popular recording artist of the moment. She’s notched a whopping 52 Grammy nominations and 14 wins. She’s the first four-time winner for Album of the Year, beating out Frank Sinatra, Stevie Wonder, and Paul Simon, each of whom hold only three wins in the category. And, she sported the most talked about jewelry look of the night: a watch choker. The necklace, designed by Lorraine Schwartz, features a vintage Concord watch surrounded in white diamonds at its center. The choker was framed by four other diamond necklaces from Schwartz.
Miley Cyrus in DeBeers and Tiffany & Co.
Of all the stars in attendance at this year’s Grammys, one could argue that Miley Cyrus set the highest bar for fashion. Over the course of the award ceremony, Cyrus served us not one, not two, but five different looks. She hit the red carpet wearing an artisanal dress by John Galliano for Maison Margiela that frankly blurred the lines between apparel and jewelry. Next, she hit the stage in a black jumpsuit and Elsa Peretti for Tiffany & Co. 18-karat yellow gold bone cuff to accept her first ever Grammy—an accolade that’s long overdue. Shortly thereafter, Cyrus performed her hit song “Flowers” wearing a vintage Bob Mackie fringed bodysuit and Princess Cut Long Drop Diamond Earrings set in 18-karat white gold from De Beers. The De Beers diamonds also paired perfectly with her fourth look: a sheer lace bodysuit with a sweetheart neckline. Cyrus’ debuted her final ensemble of the evening—a one-shoulder Gucci gown—while accepting her second Grammy.
Celine Dion in Tiffany & Co.
Celine Dion is no stranger to the Grammys. She’s been in attendance for over three decades and notched nearly two dozen nominations and several wins. At this year’s awards, she announced the winner of Album of the Year, going to none other than Taylor Swift for the record fourth time. Forever a style icon, Dion took to the stage in Tiffany & Co. She wore diamond earrings in platinum and a Tiffany Edge bracelet along with an assortment of diamond rings and a stunning diamond statement necklace.
Coi LeRay in Jacob & Co.
Coi LeRay proved to be this year’s one to watch, notching her first and second Grammy nominations for Best Pop Dance Recording and Best Rap Performance. While she ultimately lost to veterans Kylie Minogue and Killer Mike, LeRay certainly dressed like a winner. The young musician also took to the red carpet in all-black, letting her accessories shine. She opted for piece from Jacob & Co., including diamond drop earrings and a fully iced out, diamond encrusted watch to match.
Bebe Rexha in Graziela and EFFY Jewelry
Bebe Rexha hit the red carpet at Sunday’s Grammy Awards dressed to impress and hopeful to land her first win. The American pop star came decked out in diamonds and emeralds from Graziela and EFFY Jewelry. The gems were the perfect complement to her all-black look, complete with full-length, sheer mesh gloves that provided the perfect backdrop for her bangle and rings to pop.
Olivia Rodrigo in Bulgari High Jewelry
Olivia Rodrigo has a pretty impressive record when it comes to the Grammys. She notched seven nominations and three wins for her debut album “Sour” back in 2022 all at the age of 18. This year, she was up for an impressive six nominations for her second studio album “Guts.” Though she failed to add more gramophone trophies to her wall, she sparkled nonetheless in Bulgari High Jewelry. Rodrigo took to the red carpet in mismatched white gold earrings from the Maison: one with a cushion-cut ruby and a round brilliant-cut diamond along with 24 buff top rubies and the other featuring two round brilliant-cut diamonds and pavé-set diamonds.
Christina Aguilera in Bucherer Fine Jewellery
Christina Aguilera is a Grammy veteran clocking 21 nominations over the course of her successful career. All in all she’s landed six wins, including one at Sunday’s awards for Best Latin Pop Album. Aguilera, of course, accepted her award in style with a sleek and slick backed look accentuating her curves. The icing on top was a slew of diamonds from Bucherer Fine Jewellery, including the Inner Fire Masterpiece ring with brilliant cut diamonds and bangle with pear cut diamonds as well as the Classics Soiree Bangle Baguette and Baguette Love Bangle. She completed the look with diamond hoop earrings and multiple natural-colored yellow diamond and white diamond rings.
Doja Cat in Loree Rodkin
Doja Cat has received nearly 20 Grammy nominations over the course of her career but has still only landed one win. Although this wasn’t her year to add another gramophone trophy to her awards, she hit the red carpet with her A-game. Her sheer, nude-colored corset dress was the perfect backdrop for her ink and her accessories to shine. Doja Cat was dripping in jewels from Loree Rodkin, including diamond dagger earrings, a duo of embellished cross necklaces, and a sparking assortment of rings.
Beyonce in Cartier
Last but certainly not least, we come to the queen of the Grammys herself: Queen Bey. The legendary singer/songwriter holds an astounding 88 Grammy nominations to date, tying her for the most nominated artist in Grammy history with none other than her husband, Jay-Z. This year, the power couple got to sit back, relax, and enjoy the show in style as attendees as the award ceremony. Beyonce came classy as ever wearing Cartier and a cowboy hat.