|By PR Newswire||
|August 24, 2014 09:43 PM EDT||
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Celebrities and top Hollywood wardrobe stylists admired handcrafted jewelry from the Diamonds with a Story ™ collection at the StyleLab Suite, which took place during Emmy Awards week. The collection features one-of-a-kind baubles created by a variety of designers including Prestige, Le Vian Couture®, and InterJewel USA. The trend-setting assortment contains rare, natural color diamonds sustainably and ethically sourced from the Argyle Diamond Mine.
Celebrities including Betsy Brandt ("Breaking Bad"), Kate Mulgrew ("Orange is the New Black"), Madeline Brewer ("Orange is the New Black"), Lucia Micarelli ("Treme"), Emily Bergl ("Shameless"), Liza Weil ("How to Get Away with Murder"), Kate Flannery ("The Office"), Maitland Ward ("Girl Meets World"), Kate Linder ("The Young & the Restless"), Tysha Williams ("Studio 3 Hollywood Up Close"), and others got a coveted private appointment to preview and borrow pieces from the Diamonds with a Story ™ collection.
Here's a look at some of the pieces favored by celebrities:
Betsy Brandt couldn't wait to try on a pair of earrings and a complementing ring from Prestige. The earrings feature 27.76 carats of opal, and 1.83 carats of diamonds, priced at $15,000. The spectacular ring includes a 16.08 carat center opal, 2.91 carats of champagne diamonds, and spessertite, priced at $35,000. Madeline Brewer also looked ravishing in the same ring.
Kate Linder was a big fan of the "Silvermist" cuff from InterJewel, priced at $19,999. This spectacular design includes 28.20 total carats of diamonds!
Emily Bergyl was obsessed with a pair of earrings from Le Vian Couture®, priced at $114,847. This gorgeous pair features 2.77 carats of Chocolate Diamonds® and Vanilla Diamonds®.
Watch the red carpet to find out who's wearing fabulous baubles from the Diamonds with a Story ™ collection to the Emmy Awards and parties.
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