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Rihanna’s Star Power Sparkled Brightly During the 2023 Golden Globes

She wore Cartier High Jewelry, Reza and more.





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BAD GAL RIRI might have missed the red carpet, but she sure didn’t miss when it came to the jewels she wore to the 80th Golden Globes Awards presentation. A$AP Rock and Rihanna tried to sneak in during Jennifer Coolidge’s presentation, but the paparazzi snapped away and there was no way for these two to make a quiet entrance. A video of the two arriving even went around Twitter and showed up on many of the online celebrity magazines. But let us get to what you came for: Rihanna’s jaw-dropping jewelry, which popped from her black Schiaparelli gown and her voluminous cape. Her modern sense of glamour stole the show when she added in jewelry designers REZA and Cartier High Jewelry.

The megastar was nominated for Best Original Song for “Lift Me Up” from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, and while she did not win that award, in my mind she won in the best jewels and best-dressed-couple categories.

Let’s start with the Cartier Sixième Sens High Jewelry necklace, which was made up of multiple fancy shapes of diamonds, including baguettes, princess cuts and and lozenges. It took on a contemporary Art Deco feel. As Rihanna usually does, she switched classics up to create her own style. Instead of wearing the pair of Cartier High Jewelry linear diamond earrings in the standard position, she wore one high up in what I believe was the helix position of her ear.

She wore one of a pair of Reza’s stunning pear-shaped diamond studs next to it. That combination plus the other designers’ styles that made up her ear party created a very Rihanna take — one sure to set some new trends.

Cartier Sixième Sens High Jewelry necklace

Cartier Sixième Sens High Jewelry necklace

Cartier High Jewelry linear drop diamond earrings (only one worn)

Cartier High Jewelry linear drop diamond earrings (only one worn)

Reza pear shaped diamond studs (only one worn)

Reza pear-shaped diamond studs (only one worn)


Beth Bernstein is a published author of three books and jewelry and fashion expert with 18+ years experience. A broad knowledge of the history of jewelry and fashion coupled with a background in "the story", writing, trends, design concepts has earned Beth a proven track record.



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