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Some people hold their strands back with a bobby pin, others go for a butterfly clip, but when you’re , you convert a diamond Harry Winston brooch into a dazzling hairpin.
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JENNIFER'S BACK BLING
It’s hard to argue over which is best side when she has 74 carats of Chopard diamonds dripping down her back. (Expect to see a lot more of this trend in the coming months.)
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QUVENZHANé'S PUPPY PURSE
“Yes, of course. That’s my signature,” 9-year-old Quvenzhané Wallis responded when asked if she’d carry her go-to accessory at the Oscars. And the nominee stayed true to her word, toting the furry carryall, which sported a tiara and a tutu.
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CHARLIZE'S 110-CARAT BRACELETS
No, that’s not a typo. was actually that decked out in diamonds. She wore a stack of vintage Harry Winston bracelets with a carat count in the triple figures.
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We’re fairly certain this is the first time a leading lady has accessorized her awards show gown with something that came from a doctor’s office. hobbles down the red carpet in a Reem Acra design, flats and crutches after cutting her foot on glass a few days earlier.
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When you wear an H&M dress to the Oscars that apparently leaves you with quite a bit of leftover cash to burn through. Helen Hunt drops it on $700,000 worth of bling, including this Martin Katz diamond brooch, which she affixed to the back of her mall-store gown, giving new meaning to the term high-low dressing.
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Not only did she ditch her signature shade of black and opt for a red Valentino gown, but also went all out and sprung for a coordinating clutch. Color us pleasantly surprised.
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JAMIE'S BOW TIE
Not one to let the women have all the fashion fun, Jamie Foxx tops off his two-tone tux with a glittery bow tie that features a touch of leather.