It is said ‘Diamonds are a girl’s best friend’ and Hollywood’s love for these exorbitantly expensive stones can be seen in award functions. Dazzling such an award night with rare and precious diamond studded platinum jewelleries, Hollywood stars, Jennifer Lopez and Nicole Kidman, were seen wearing Harry Winston jewelry set to 25th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards. The award function was held in Los Angeles on January 12th.This rare and expensive metal is truly a perennial red-carpet favourite. All over the world, designers prefer precious platinum to create master pieces because of its versatility, and because it is the most secure setting for any precious gemstone. Platinum is one of the rarest metals & always stand out making a distinctive style statement. Celebrities worldwide have been donning exquisite platinum designs for star-studded events, red carpet and other appearances to capture their most glamorous and memorable moments.
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Donning the almost 100 carats of diamonds set in platinum Jennifer Lopez looked ravishing in Vintage 1972 diamond chandelier earrings (29.59 carats), set in platinum. The diva went for a Carpet diamond bracelet (65.80 carats), set in platinum Lotus cluster diamond ring (1.26 carats) which was also set in platinum.
The academy award winner, Nicole Kidman, went for Pink sapphire and diamond loop earrings which were 4.23 carats, set in platinum. Wearing a bracelet made of secret cluster pink sapphire and 20.01 carats diamond which was also set in platinum made Nicole’s look more complete. On her finger she put a river diamond ring (2.58 carats), set in platinum and Pirouette diamond ring (2.89 carats), set in platinum with a Radiant-cut diamond Rock band (6.30 carats) which was also set in platinum.
Recently, Zoey Deutch and Gwyneth Paltrow were also seen wearing Platinum jewellery in the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Making it a popular trend on red carpet our Hollywood celebs love to don earrings set in platinum.
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