Jennifer Fisher is a jewelry designer and celebrity style expert who had a hand in several of the looks on the red carpet at this year's Academy Awards. She knows what she likes and isn't afraid to share her opinions on who rocked their rocks and who hit rock bottom.
Who was your favorite at the Oscars, and why?
Anne Hathaway was my favorite (in an Armani Prive gown adorned with crystals and delicate Cartier diamonds). Her look was timeless and classic- clean beautiful Hollywood glamour.
Who did you think was a disaster?
Miley Cyrus in a Zuhair Murad dress was too ornate and big for her young age and the belt looked like it came from another dress. Too much! Beyonce's mermaid style House of Dereon dress was not right for her body and the gilded floral print was too much.
Which celebrity would you most like to get your hands on? What would you do?
I would put Penelope Cruz in more color. Cruz tends to wear a lot of black and white and with her gorgeous skin tone I'd love to see her in bright olive green or aubergine, accessorized with some bold colored stone jewelry.
What was your favorite piece of jewelry (or favorites)?
Amy Adams' Fred Leighton emerald, ruby, sapphire and diamond bib necklace was stunning and Taraji P. Henson's 19th century Fred Leighton necklace, earrings and ring. Gorgeous!
The jewelry really was unusual -- whose jewelry surprised you most?
Heidi Klum really surprised me as I usually love her style. She went WAY over the top with too many accessories -- six or seven stacked Lorraine Schwartz bangles combined with three rings on one hand and large earrings -- all together was too overwhelming.
Angelina Jolie's huge emerald earrings and cabochon ring really stood out. They were stunning and added bright color to a simple Elie Saab black gown.
How can the rest of us incorporate Oscar trends into our look?
Right now necklaces are back. You can incorporate Oscar trends into every day by accessorizing less on the wrists and avoiding large earrings but by choosing one fantastic bold statement necklace.