I hope you are safe! Baz Luhrmann wears a $263,000 necklace as the Elvis director is supported by his wife and daughter, 19, at the Oscars.
Baz Luhrmann made a spectacular arrival at the Oscars in Los Angeles on Sunday.
The 60-year-old Australian director wore a $263,000 David Webb necklace at the award ceremony as he posed with his wife Catherine Martin and their daughter Lillian.
The statement piece featured a stunning faceted jade plaque surrounded by brilliant-cut diamonds and black enamel.
Baz made sure her necklace was on display as she posed on the champagne carpet at the Dolby Theater in a black suede jacket and matching pants.
The filmmaker layered the jewelry on top of a plain white shirt for added emphasis and completed his look with shiny black pumps.
Baz Luhrmann (center) wore a $263,000 David Webb necklace at the Oscars in Los Angeles on Sunday when he was joined by his wife Catherine Martin (right) and daughter Lillian (left)
Meanwhile, Baz’s wife Catherine looked brilliant in a sequined navy blue gown, which had gold trim around the neckline and bottom.
The costume designer, 58, accessorized her ensemble with a pair of chunky gold heels.
Known for collaborating with her husband on several films including Moulin Rogue and The Great Gatsby, Catherine also wore oversized black glasses.
The couple’s daughter, Lillian, looked glamorous in a gold sequined maxi dress as she hugged her father Baz on the red carpet.
The 19-year-old put her hair up and went for a natural makeup look consisting of a nude lip and eye shadow.
The 60-year-old director wore a $263,000 David Webb necklace at the prestigious awards ceremony.
Baz has received a Best Picture Oscar nomination for directing the acclaimed biopic Elvis, about the life of the legendary singer.
Meanwhile, his wife Catherine has been nominated for Best Costume Design for her work on the same film.
The critically acclaimed Elvis biopic stars Austin Butler as Elvis, Olivia de Jong as his wife Priscilla, and Tom Hanks as the King’s famed manager, Colonel Tom Parker.
The film follows Elvis from his childhood in poverty to his rise as a global superstar before his untimely death at the age of 42 in 1977.
Baz made sure her necklace was on display as she posed on the red carpet in a simple black suede jacket and black pants.