Any top class gala event usually results in some cool watch and high-jewelry spotting. This time was no different.  
The historical epic 1917 directed by Sam Mendes has won the Best Motion Picture - Drama nomination while Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time Hollywood was named the Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy. But there was also a lot of exciting moments starring some of the biggest luxury brands that night. These are some of our favorites.
Taron Egerton, the winner of Best Performance in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for the Rocketman played it classy and safely, combining tuxedo with the steel three-handed Montblanc Star Legacy Automatic Date 42mm.
Olivia Colman winning the Best Performance in a Television Series – Drama for portraying queen Elizabeth II in the Crown was wearing Chopard: the earrings from the Precious Lace collection featuring 4.53 carats of diamonds set in 18-carat white gold, a ring from the Happy Precious collection featuring diamonds set in 18-carat white gold, and a ring from the L’Heure du Diamant collection featuring diamonds set in 18-carat white gold.
Stellan Skarsgård, the winner of the Best Supporting Performance in a Series, Miniseries or Television Film nomination for Chernobyl was rocking a timeless rectangular piece – the customized Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Classic Large Duoface Small Seconds.
The Best Original Song went to Elton John and Bernie Taupin for (I'm Gonna) Love Me Again used in Rocketman. The real-life Rocketman wore a Chopard timepiece from the Imperiale collection featuring 11.22 carats of diamonds.
Bvlgari was clearly one of the red carpet champions that night. The Best Performance in a Motion Picture – Drama nominee Antonio Banderas (Pain and Glory) paired the steel Octo Finissimo on a bracelet with the white tuxedo. Nick Jonas was rocking the crazy iced version of Octo Originale on a bracelet – the 50-carat diamond setting is just what we love about the big gala events. Gwyneth Paltrow has chosen not one but two necklaces from the High Jewelry Fiorever collection – both in white gold with diamonds and pavè-set diamonds – and complemented them by the High Jewelry earrings in platinum with diamonds and pavé-set diamonds. Best Performance in a Motion Picture – Drama (actress nominee) Scarlett Johansson wore the necklace in platinum with diamonds and pavé-set diamonds from the High Jewelry collection, and the vintage platinum bracelet set with diamonds, circa 1959, not to mention the platinum diamond studs.
And of course you don’t expect to see a real Hollywood award ceremony without Harry Winston. Helen Mirren nominated for Best Performance in a Miniseries or Television Film mixed a stunning 73,55 carat platinum necklace with diamond and ruby earrings as well as the diamond-set bracelet from the Secret Cluster collection. The Best Supporting Performance in a Motion Picture nominee Jennifer Lopez wore the yellow gold and platinum necklace set with 21 emeralds and 58 diamonds, an emerald ring, diamond earrings in yellow gold and platinum, the vintage 1959 bracelet and a ring from the New York, Central Park collection. Zoey Deutch hit the spotlight in platinum diamond necklace with a a jaw dropping 58,69-carat sapphire as well as matching earrings and rings while Rachel Weisz wore the 75,64-carat diamond necklace from the Fifth Avenue collection.