Julianne Moore Serves Up A 24-Carat Dinner

03/02/2008 at 06:00 AM ET

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Food wasn’t the only thing being served at the Diamond Information Center’s gala dinner celebrating the 2008 Academy Awards. The event, hosted by Julianne Moore at Chateau Marmont, brought together two of our best-loved things: food and fabulous gems. A dinner bell rang to announce each course, and out came an array of diamond jewelry on silver serving platters. Dazzling treats included plates of necklace-adorned macaroons, gems dipped in chocolate, and bracelets draped over pastries. And, according to Moore, it actually was as amazing as it sounds. “It was really fun,” she exclaims of the evening that celebrated hot international jewelry designers. But how did she decide on her own gorgeous gems for such a bling-heavy event? “Renny Lewis and an Indian designer did my bracelet,” she says. “I really like everything I’m wearing tonight because I think it’s just very modern.” But even surrounded by millions in rare gems, the most priceless thing to see at the event wasn’t the jewelry at all, it was a Sharon Stone all dolled up in Dior. And we’re not talking a gown here. Instead the actress strolled the scene in a set of the designer’s zebra-print PJs! Click here to learn more about her whimsical style choice in our latest Who Looked Hot video.

FILED UNDER: Accessories , Jewelry

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