Naomi Watts dons a chic black dress to 2023 Gem Awards in New York City… while Jodie Turner-Smith stuns in a dazzling striped suit
Naomi Watts and Jodie Turner-Smith both rocked chic looks to the 2023 Gem Awards in New York City on Friday.
Watts, 54 — who recently looked radiant in a white Givenchy gown to the Vanity Fair Oscars bash — donned a sultry black dress that hugged her figure and showed off her sculpted arms.
She wore her trademark blond hair in a bob and sported a dark crimson lip, giving her radiant complexion a pop of dramatic color.
Turner-Smith, 36, turned heads in her gorgeous suit of wavy black and white stripes, accentuating her statuesque frame to perfection.
Jodie’s lustrous hair flowed downward in an edgy style as she opted for dark purple lips and a designer black clutch.
Gorgeous: Naomi Watts (left, 54) and Jodie Turner-Smith (right, 36) both rocked chic looks to the 2023 Gem Awards in New York City on Friday. The A-list event honors the major players in fine jewelry
Watts sparkled in jewelry from Anita Ko while Turner-Smith adorned each ear with elaborate diamond creations and flaunted a blinding ruby on her hand.
The GEM Awards is the Oscars of the jewelry industry, and honors designers and executives who have furthered ‘the visibility of fine jewelry and watches.’
The A-list soiree was held at Cipriani 42nd Street, bringing out the biggest names in fine jewelry.
Also making a splash at the ceremony was Brad Pitt’s girlfriend Ines de Ramon, who put on a busty display in a plunging black dress. The look featured a high slit to showcase her long legs
Turner-Smith is set to star in the upcoming Star Wars series The Acolyte, which is slated for a 2024 release on Disney+.
According to the mysterious show’s official premise, The Acolyte takes place ‘approximately 100 years before the prequel film Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace.’
The central story will reportedly revolve around ‘a former Padawan [who] reunites with her Jedi Master to investigate a series of crimes, but the forces they confront are more sinister they ever anticipated.’
Watts will soon be seen playing one of the mid-century’s most glamorous women, as she is taking on the part of fashion icon Babe Paley in the second season of Feud.
Based on Laurence Leamer’s best-selling book, Capote’s Women: A True Story of Love, Betrayal, and a Swan Song for an Era, the second season will follow the famed implosion of New York high society when Truman Capote betrayed the Manhattan elite by including them in his fiction.
Megawatt style: Sparking in Anita Ko jewelry, the King Kong star donned a sultry black dress that hugged her figure and showed off her sculpted arms
Turning heads: Turner-Smith’s suit of wavy black and white stripes accentuated her statuesque frame to perfection
Dazzling: The stunning model-actress adorned each ear with elaborate diamond creations and flaunted a blinding ruby on her hand
Elegant: Naomi wore her trademark blond hair in a bob and sported a dark crimson lip, giving her radiant complexion a pop of dramatic color. Jodie’s lustrous hair flowed downward in an edgy style as she opted for dark purple lips and a designer black clutch
Having a blast: Naomi grinned ear-to-ear as she posed on the red carpet with Anita Ko and Sunrise Coigney
Stunner: Brad Pitt’s girlfriend Ines de Ramon put on a busty display in a plunging black dress. The look featured a high slit to showcase her long legs
The author of In Cold Blood and Breakfast at Tiffany’s blew a hole in the upper crust of the rich and powerful when he published an excerpt from his unfinished novel Answered Prayers in 1975.
The mysterious novel proved to be a salacious tell-all blasting a variety of his closest friends, who just so happened to be the chicest women of their day.
Watts will be joined by Chloe Sevigny, who is playing legendary socialite C.Z. Guest, while actresses Diane Lane and Calista Flockhart will also be featured prominently.
SAG Award winner Tom Hollander is playing Truman Capote and reportedly shaved his head in order to better portray the controversial writer.