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Robb Report’s Best Grammy Jewelry from LIzzo to Trevor Noah March 17, 2021 (0 comments)

2021-3-17 Lizzo Grammys

New York, NY--The Robb Report's Paige Reddinger authors, 'From Trevor Noah’s $35,000 Lapel Pin to Lizzo’s Bulgari Vault, the Best Jewelry From the Grammy Awards.' Image Credit: Jordan Strauss/AP; Jewelry courtesy of Bulgari and Tiffany & Co.

From the article:

Much of the usual fanfare was lost at last night’s socially distanced 2021 Grammy Awards, but it didn’t stop the stars from rolling out the gems for the red carpet.

Two of the most notable looks were worn by host Trevor Noah—who continued the trend of men wearing lapel jewelry during awards season, in a Tiffany & Co. brooch—and Lizzo, who attended the show as a presenter and came dripping in Bulgari diamonds. Noah’s $35,000 Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger® Apollo Brooch in 18-karat yellow gold and platinum with diamonds was the perfect, tasteful accent to his custom black Gucci tux. But it was subtle in comparison to Lizzo’s jaw-dropping Bulgari moment. In total, the multi-hyphenate artist who has risen to stardom as a singer, rapper, songwriter and flutist, wore seven pieces of the brand’s iconic Serpenti jewelry and two high-jewelry rings for one of the biggest statements of the evening.

Around her neck she wore a white gold Serpenti necklace set with one pear-shaped brilliant-cut diamond (1.15 carats), 37 pear-cut diamonds (7.91 carats) and pavé diamonds (42.67 carats). On her ears were a pair of white-gold and diamond earrings totaling 5.11 carats and on her wrist, she wore two white-gold and diamond bracelets that totaled 6.18 carats. Her rings, which included one white-gold Serpenti diamond ring and two platinum high-jewelry diamond rings, came to a grand total of 28.67 carats. There’s no word from the brand on the price for the incredible vault of jewels she wore, but needless to say she probably needed an extra bodyguard or two to escort her into the building.

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