Singer-songwriter Meghan Trainor (left) wore Forevermark diamonds to the 61st Annual Grammy Awards. She accented a dramatic white jumpsuit with Forevermark Black Label Collection chandelier earrings with oval, cushion and square diamonds set in platinum (32.78 ctw.) and a Forevermark Diamond marquise shape ring set in 18k oxidized gold (3.90 ctw.).
Kacey Musgraves, Andra Day, and Julianne Hough all wore Sara Weinstock jewels. Below, left to right, Musgraves wore Weinstock’s Veena large inside-out hoops to accept her Grammy for Best Country Album for Golden Hour. Broadway star Andra Day hit the red carpet completely decked out in Sara Weinstock, wearing the Illusion emerald cut multi cluster ring, the Reverie Couture shield ring, the Reverie round cluster cuff, and the round bezel bangle. Julianne Hough, meanwhile, attended Clive Davis' pre-Grammy gala wearing Weinstock’s Illusion round cut studs and Reverie round cluster studs.
Many Grammy winners and attendees piled on Heart On Fire jewelry. Singer Tori Kelly, nominated for Best Gospel Album and Best Gospel Performance/Song for Never Alone, wore Hearts On Fire’s Poise diamond line necklace with diamond drops, Aerial diamond ear vines, a Lorelei diamond interlocking ring, and a Select Temptation diamond line bracelet, all set in white gold:
Singer Lauren Daigle, who won the Grammys for Best Contemporary Christian Performance/Song and for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album, wore a Lorelei diamond criss-cross ring and diamond bar double crown band set in white gold:
Bebe Rexha, nominated for Best New Artist and Best Country Duo/Group Performance, wore Hearts On Fire’s Illa diamond shooting star wrap ring in white gold:
Influencer Lilly Singh wore Triplicity diamond drop earrings, an intertwining diamond right hand ring, a Lorelei diamond right hand ring, and an Aerial diamond crossover right hand ring, all set in white gold: