Tiffany & Co took over the Golden Globes

Red carpet pictures from the 75th Golden Globes are currently taking over social media and there's one brand in particular that really stole the show. Tiffany & Co was being worn by some of the most influential and fashionable celebrities in the game right now from this years' Golden Globes presenter and actress, Gal Gardot to our favourite American Horror Story actress, Sarah Paulson.

After a busy 2017 in which her movie, "Wonder Woman" was released Gal sported a chic look for the Globes. Pairing her simplistic dress and blazer combo with a classic diamond bracelet and chandelier earrings, the actress owned this years red carpet. 

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Reminding us that less really is more, our favourite blonde bombshell and one of this years nominees, Margot Robbie, showcased a beautiful pair of simple diamond earrings alongside a statement white gold, diamond, pearl and lacquer ring. Both of which beautifully complimented her on-trend embellished dress. 

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Greta Gerwig is another name not to be overlooked. With her beautiful statement pieces including a gold necklace alongside a diamond ring and complimentary earrings, this nominee definitely knows how to take a simplistic black dress to the next level.

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Notable mentions go out to Natalie Portman and Sarah Paulson for their beautiful jewellery choices, Sarah shows off a pair of edgy hardware earrings paired with a classic dragonfly brooch while Natalie goes all out with a sapphire and diamond ring pared with simplistic diamond earrings. 

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And last but not least, O.T Fagbenle and Liev Schreiber take to the red carpet to prove that men can rock Tiffany's just as well as women by showcasing some impressive watches. 

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These red carpet looks have us in the mood to pop down to the nearest Tiffany's or have a browse on the online store, the only question is, which look do we recreate first?

 

 

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