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Celebrities Visited StyleLab's Suite During Academy Awards 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, March 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- This past week, celebrities including Ashley Fink ("Glee"), Kate Flannery ("The Office"), Stefanie Scott ("A.N.T."), Christine Bently ("Ballers"), Dot Marie Jones ("Glee"), Melisa Wallack (Oscar nominee Writing Original Screenplay "Dallas Buyer's Club"), Kristine Belson (Oscar nominee Animated Feature Film "The Croods"), Robin Mathews (Oscar nominee Best Makeup "Dallas Buyer's Club"), Adruitha Lee (Oscar nominee Best Hair Styling "Dallas Buyer's Club"), Alan Baumgarten (Oscar nominee Film Editing "American Hustle"), Chris Munro (Double Oscar nominee Sound Mixing "Gravity" and "Captain Phillips"), Peter del Vecho (Oscar nominee Producer Best Animated Feature Film "Frozen"), Maitland Ward ("Girl Meets World"), Kate Linder ("The Young & the Restless"), Nick Eversman ("Get on Up"), model Carissa Rosario, James Anderson (Chicago Bears), and others as well as top wardrobe stylists/costume designers, got a coveted appointment at StyleLab's Jewelry Suite taking place during Academy Awards Week. Guests had the opportunity to borrow from over $30 million worth of jewelry for the Academy Awards and related parties.

StyleLab's Jewelry Suite During Academy Awards Week

Michael O'Connor, leading style expert and television personality, curated a selection of baubles from world-renowned brands such as Farah Khan, Kallati™, Mastoloni, Takat, The American Gem Trade Association, the Diamonds with a Story™ collection, the Fashion of Diamonds collection, The Leo Diamond collection by Leo Schachter, and Uneek, among others.

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

Joan Rivers' stylist Cary Fetman, gravitated towards a necklace from Farah Khan, priced at $63,977. It's comprised of golden beryl, emerald and diamonds, at a total carat weight of over 171-carats.

Amma Asante couldn't wait to try on the "Drop Wave" earrings from Kallati, priced at $24,999. This beautiful design contains 4.25-carats of pave set brilliant white diamonds.

Gayle Ridley, wife of Oscar nominee John Ridley (Best Original Screenplay "12 Years a Slave") stacked the "Bamboo" and "Fluted" cuffs by Mastoloni, priced at $11,000 and $19,400 respectively. They featured Tahitian pearls and brilliant cut white diamonds.

Christine Bently favored the fancy color diamond earrings from Takat, priced at $17,708. These spectacular earrings include over 12-carats of diamonds.

Melisa Wallack was a big fan of the earrings from Howard Donsky for the American Gem Trade Association. These stunning earrings feature two pear-shaped tanzanite slabs, emerald slabs, moonstones, and diamonds, at a total carat weight of over 64 carats.

Stefanie Scott was excited to wear a pair of glamorous two-tone drop earrings from the Diamonds with a Story collection featuring champagne and white diamonds, priced at $4,999. The trend-setting collection features diamonds ranging in shades from light champagne, to dark cognac natural color diamonds. All pieces are ethically and sustainably mined.

Maitland Ward was excited to wear the draped necklace by Fei Liu, crafted by Y&M Jewelry, for the Fashion of Diamonds collection, priced at $85,456. The collection includes one-of-a-kind pieces created by China's top jewelry designers and manufacturers, using Argyle diamonds from Australia.

Robin Mathews was drawn to the diamond earrings from The Leo Diamond collection by Leo Schachter, priced at $350,000. These classic drop earrings contain a total diamond weight of 12-carats. They were handcrafted to be visibly brighter and make a dramatic statement.

Carissa Rosari admired the sparkling diamond cuff from Uneek, priced at $88,200. This gorgeous design contains 882 round diamonds, totaling 25-carats.

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

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