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Gorgeous Jewelry At The Grammys January 28, 2020 (0 comments)

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Los Angeles, CA—Although Sunday’s tragic death of NBA legend Kobe Bryant cast a somber pall over the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards that evening, the celebrities in attendance still dressed for the occasion, awash in glittering jewels. Notably, the men got in on the act, and many were wearing pearls or diamonds, vs. traditional “masculine” jewelry styles. Below: Billy Porter in a motorized hat with jeweled fringe and Shaun Ross looked otherworldly in a head-to-toe pearl suit and boots.

Camila Cabello’s 64-carat Le Vian collar (top of page) was a major showstopper. The piece, valued at $2,000,000, was designed to move fluidly. Cabello also wore an ethereal pair of Peach Morganite pear drop earrings from Le Vian.

Multiple celebrities wore jewelry from Hearts On Fire and/or Mémoire, both Chow Tai Fook brands, to various before- and after-parties, as well as to the Grammy Awards ceremony itself. Actress Janina Gavankar wore Hearts On Fire’s two pointed diamond bands, Lorelei diamond criss cross ring, and Triplicity open bezel diamond band, all set in white gold.

Singer-songwriter Jessie Reyez, nominated for Best Urban Contemporary Album, wore Mémoire’s Willow diamond drop earrings set in white gold.

Late-night host Lilly Singh wore Hearts On Fire’s Copley diamond bangle (1.13 ctw) in rose gold, Lorelei floral twist bangle (0.68 carat), Triplicity pointed diamond band (0.75 carat) and Lorelei diamond crisscross ring (0.65 carat), all set in yellow gold. She also wore Mémoire’s shared prong twist hoops (1.93 ctw) set in yellow gold.

E! News correspondent Erin Lim donned Hearts On Fire’s Bring The Drama power diamond band (1.47 ctw) set in rose, yellow, and white gold, Lorelei diamond crisscross choker (6.7 ctw) set in yellow gold, and Mémoire’s floral diamond studs (1.0 ct) set in white gold.

The night before the event, influencer Stephanie Shepherd (below right) wore Mémoire’s white gold oval hinged classic diamond hoops (1.96 ctw) to the Pre-Grammy Gala & Salute To Industry Icons Honoring Sean “Diddy” Combs. And afterwards, Singer-songwriter Olivia O’Brien (below left) wore Mémoire’s imperial diamond hoops (3.44 ctw) set in white gold to the 2020 Universal Music Group Grammy After Party.

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