Trend report: The top trends from the BAFTA TV awards 2019

Trend report: The top trends from the BAFTA TV awards 2019

Sunday night saw another red carpet affair as the stars took to the stage for the 2019 BAFTA Television Awards.

‘Less is more’ was definitely key in terms of jewellery with many opting for just one statement piece to adorn their look. Diamonds were the stone of the night and came in all shapes and sizes – from serpentine necklaces to chunky, layered bracelets – the stars were certainly shining.

Take a look at some of our favourite styles!

The ladies from hit show Killing Eve kept it simple with pieces that perfectly complimented their elegant gowns. Leading Actress winner, Jodie Comer, opted for simple rose gold and diamond bracelets by Italian brand, Pomellato; writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge paired her powder blue dress with a classic earring; and best supporting actress, Fiona Shaw, teamed her royal blue gown with some statement diamond earrings.

Maya Jama made a statement in Bulgari’s sparkling Serpenti Necklace.

Tess Daly played it cool in a simple pair of gold hoops and chunky ring from London based designer, Georgina Scott.

Diamonds are a girls best friend – as was evident in Scarlett Moffatt’s case. She paired her gorgeous polka dot gown with a stunning suite of diamonds.

Simple, elegant sparkles were also favoured by Holly Willoughby, who teamed her stunning look with a pair of boodles earrings and a Stephen Webster bracelet.

David Morris was the jeweller of choice for Suranne Jones. She teamed her Alexis Mabille tuxedo dress with rose gold, diamond floral motif earrings and watch both from David Morris.

Georgia May Foote wowed with a beautiful pair of Sarah Zhuang Jewellery (nominated for the UKJA 2019 Young Designer of the Year award) diamond and pearl ‘Mermaid Earrings’.

Discover the latest trends, designers and brands in jewellery at leading UK jewellery trade show, IJL, 1 – 3 September 2019, Olympia London.

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