In fashion, they say three’s a trend — so what are we to make of the fact that at least five celebs wore a major ring situation to Sunday night’s 74th Golden Globe Awards? From Tracee Ellis Ross to Drew Barrymore, we saw celebs pile on the rings – and clearly we weren’t the only ones who noticed.
Polyvore reports that searches for “sculptural rings” grew a stunning 1000% since last week – a spike we’re going to go ahead an attribute to Sunday night’s trend.
Tracee Ellis Ross wore a ring on every finger by multiple jewlery designers, including Noudar, L’Dezen by Payal Shah, and Yeprem. The rings got almost as much attention as her win for Best Actress in a TV Series, Musical or Comedy, for her role in Black-ish.
Just when you didn’t think you couldn’t love Ellis Ross more, she told People about her rings: “I think I will hock them and give all the money to Planned Parenthood and the ACLU. It’s that kind of year, folks.” Indeed.
Meanwhile, Drew Barrymore accessorized her Monique Lhuillier dress with no less than seven diamond rings plus a pair of earrings loaned by Harry Winston, a set worth $2.5 million.
One ring sported an 11-carat, emerald-cut diamond in a platinum band, while others had more fanciful floral designs. The most impressive featured a 37-carat South Sea pearl. Not bad, Drew.
Barrymore posted an Instagram of her doffed jewels at the end of the night with the caption, “End of night #goldenglobes #pumpkin.”
In addition to her much-discussed hair jewels, Janelle Monáe also wore multiple Forevermark diamond rings with her custom Armani Privé dress.
Her spiral and wavy diamond rings were set in white gold and platinum, and their shapes made them more fun than your typical billionaire’s bauble, and they set off her eclectic black-and-white ensemble just so.
People were not down with Sofía Vergara’s borderline-inappropriate joke when introducing Sylvester Stallone’s teenage daughters. But you can’t argue with this ring game.
The actress wore three dramatic cage rings on her right hand and more traditional stones on her left (if you can consider Vergara’s massive 7-carat diamond engagement ring “traditional,” that is).
Actress Lily Collins gets our vote for the most subtle take on the trend, with her set of three demure, vintage Harry Winston rings. You heard it here first — hand party is the new arm party.