The best luxury jewelry inspired by the 2022 Oscar nominees – The Hollywood Reporter
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Boucheron’s Holographic high jewelry collection includes the futuristic-looking Halo necklace in rock crystal with holographic coating and diamonds; price on request, at Neiman Marcus Beverly Hills.
alley of nightmares
These artful De Beers high jewelry earrings are perfectly suited for the drama of film noir. The Light Ray chandelier earrings from The Alchemist of Light collection are adorned with fancy yellow and white diamonds; $200,000, at De Beers Jewelers, New York.
The 70s vibe of Paul Thomas Anderson’s romantic comedy is also found in this 70s textured link bracelet in 18k yellow gold by Georges L’Enfant for OJ Perrin; $23,000, at FredLeighton.com and Fred Leighton, New York.
Celebrate Kenneth Branagh’s tribute to his childhood in Ireland with the brilliant green of emeralds and tourmalines in this one-of-a-kind ring by Irene Neuwirth; $8,540, from IreneNeuwirth.com and Irene Neuwirth, Los Angeles.
drive my car
Honor the Best Japanese Film nominee with Mikimoto’s Japanese Sense of Beauty Chrysanthemum Brooch, adorned with a rare hodgepodge pearl and diamonds; price on request, at Mikimoto, Beverly Hills.
West Side Story
The fluidity of the dance is reflected in the ballerina clip Sylphide by Van Cleef & Arpels, showcasing pink and yellow sapphires and white diamonds set in 18k white and yellow gold; $317,000, at Van Cleef & Arpels, Beverly Hills.
Like the character of Ruby (Emilia Jones) in the film, a cushion-cut ruby of 12.62 carats is in the spotlight in this high jewelry ring signed Cartier, set with diamonds on 18-carat white gold; price on request, at Cartier, Beverly Hills.
Don’t look up
Chanel’s Comète Perlée earring, with diamonds and cultured pearls, is inspired by comets, one of which threatens the Earth in Adam McKay’s film; price on request, at Chanel Fine Jewelry, Beverly Hills.
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