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Celebrities Visited StyleLab's Suite During Golden Globes Week To Borrow Millions In Jewelry For The Red Carpet

Style Expert Michael O'Connor Curated a Collection of the Most Exclusive Baubles

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- This past week, celebrities including Betsy Brandt ("Breaking Bad"), Garcelle Beauvais ("Web Therapy"), Sherri Saum ("The Fosters"), Sandrine Holt ("House of Cards"), Ambyr Childers ("Ray Donovan"), Mollee Gray ("Teen Beach Movie"), Angela Kinsey ("The Office"), Kate Flannery ("The Office"), Kate Linder ("The Young & the Restless") and others as well as top wardrobe stylists/costume designers, got a coveted appointment at StyleLab's Jewelry Suite taking place during Golden Globes Week. Guests had the opportunity to borrow from over $30 million worth of jewelry for the Golden Globe Awards and related parties.

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Michael O'Connor, leading style expert and television personality, curated a selection of baubles from world-renowned brands such as Dena Kemp, Diamonds With A StoryTM Nature's Beauty Collection of Sustainable Jewelry, Farah Khan, Fei Liu, Jewelry by Gail, Just Jules, Kallati™, Paula Crevoshay, and Takat, among others.

Here's the scoop on what celebrities and their stylists were eyeing for the Golden Globe Awards, and surrounding red carpet parties.

Sherri Saum was a big fan of a bracelet from Dena Kemp featuring over 100 carats of diamonds and colored gemstones.

Angela Kinsey gravitated towards a two-tone bangle and ring from the Diamonds With A StoryTM "Nature's Beauty Collection of Sustainable Jewelry". The collection is made of gold from the Kennecott Utah Copper mine in the US, with white and rare champagne diamonds from the Argyle Diamond Mine in Australia, also sustainably and ethically mined.

Betsy Brandt couldn't wait to try on a pair of dangling earrings from Farah Khan with over 19 carats of diamonds, priced at $43,857. She also obsessed over the clover pendant from KallatiTM , which includes 4 carats of pave set brilliant white diamonds, priced at $15,000.

Garcelle Beauvais looked stunning in a pair of amethyst, pink sapphire, and diamond earrings from Fei Liu, priced at $12,000. These earrings are a fabulous way to wear the Pantone Color of the Year – "Radiant Orchid".

Sandrine Holt loved the 5.5 carat diamond ring with perfectly matched rose-cut diamonds from Just Jules, priced at $6,820.

The "Floral Gem Garden" earrings from Jewelry by Gail captivated Ambyr Childers. Priced at $10,500, these earrings feature over 10 carats of Madeira citrine and diamonds. Ambyr was also drawn to a pair of earrings from Paula Crevoshay with over 21 carats of emeralds and diamonds, priced at $58,500.

Emerald was also the gemstone favored by Kate Flannery. She couldn't take her eyes off a ring from Takat featuring a 13.05 carat emerald center surrounded by diamonds, priced at $87,053.

Hollywood's biggest stars selected many other designs featured in StyleLab's Jewelry Suite for the Golden Globes and parties. Final jewelry confirmations will be disclosed following the red carpet on Sunday.

SOURCE StyleLab

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