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Comment 25 FEBRUARY 2013

Oscars 2013 best accessories: Jennifer Lawrence and Anne Hathaway's winning reverse necklace trend

Sparkles reigned supreme on the red carpet at Sunday night's Oscar ceremony. The 85th Academy Awards saw the industry's leading ladies glittering in spectacular jewellery. As well as the conventional sparklers, some of the red carpet stars turned heads by tinkering with tradition and wearing their accessories a little differently.

Oscar winners Jennifer Lawrence and Anne Hathaway both wore statement necklaces that flowed down the back rather than the front. Silver Linings Playbook star Jennifer wore a long 74-carats string of Chopard diamonds with her Dior Couture gown. Anne paired a shorter Tiffany back necklace with her Prada dress.

 


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Sandra Bullock and Helena Bonham-Carter opted for dazzling hair accessories. Sandra wore a stunning Harvey Winston diamond brooch in her dark locks while Helena pinned diamond star clips by British designer Jessica McCormack into her relaxed updo.

 



Salma Hayek went for a bolder hair accessory with a Cindy Chao design. She decorated her updo with the Maple Leaves choker which complemented the embellished neckline of her Alexander McQQueen dress.

 



Jennifer Garner wore a show-stopping 200-carats diamond and platinum necklace by Neil Lane with her elegant plum-coloured Gucci gown as she proudly supported her Oscar winning husband, Ben Affleck.

 



Supporting Actress nominee Amy Adams' breathtaking Oscar de la Renta gown almost detracted from the diamonds wrapped around her wrists. Zero Dark Thirty Best Actress nominee Jessica Chastain accessorised her form-fitting Armani Prive gown with Sixties style Harry Winston jewels.

 

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