It’s been an unprecedented award season , staged and streamed online, but at least we got to see the looks of celebrities strutting the red carpet, showing that the glamour of Hollywood never fades . What also never fades is the everlasting charm of jewels. This season, we especially saw statement stones appear as beautiful droplets, as seen in Beyoncé’s one-of-a-kind Schiaparelli earrings, worn to this year’s Grammys , and Dua Lipa ’s Chopard earrings at the 29th annual Elton John Aids Foundation Academy Awards viewing party. Here STYLE has gathered droplet-inspired pieces from the major houses, whether created from artful arrangements of many smaller gems, or a piece centred around a monster ruby or sapphire guaranteed to turn heads. How to bling up like Golden Globe-winner Anya Taylor-Joy Chopard From the Red Carpet collection, this 18 carat white gold and titanium necklace is embellished with brilliant-cut Paraiba tourmalines, heart-shaped tanzanites and brilliant-cut diamonds and amethysts, all crafted into geometric play. Race and the Oscars 2021: 4 historic speeches addressing US racism Graff These 60ct emerald and 9ct diamond earrings from the Tribal Collection illustrate a folk tale from South Africa’s Bushmen, called The Girl who Created the Stars. Chloé Zhao on fangirling, storytelling and how Nomadland came to be Bulgari Set with two antique cushion sapphires, pear diamonds and 10 buff-top sapphires, Bulgari’s earrings from the Barocko High Jewellery collection pay homage to the Baroque relics of Rome. Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, is that you? 4 fierce celebrity lookalike mums Piaget Feathers transformed into art – this 18ct white gold ring from the Wings of Light Collection stands out with a vivid oval-cut ruby from Mozambique decorated with gleaming 13 marquise-cut rubies and pear-shaped diamonds. Exclusive video: Behind the scenes with Chopard and Julia Roberts Mikimoto The Jardin Mystérieux Brooch in 18ct white gold is set with Akoya cultured pearls, diamonds, emeralds, spinels, rose quartz and 179ct of garnets, fashioned into a one-of-a-kind, wearable art piece. Want more stories like this? Sign up here. Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .