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This Gothic Trend That Turned Heads on the Red Carpet Is Crossing Over to Jewelry Design

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This Gothic Trend That Turned Heads on the Red Carpet Is Crossing Over to Jewelry Design

Uma Thurman at the MET Gala 2018 courtesy of Rex/Shutterstock

The theme for the MET costume exhibit and gala, Heavenly Bodies: Fashion & the Catholic Imagination, rolled out the most over-the-top red carpet looks we’ve seen in years. Whenever A-list actresses provide standout statements that include fantastical jewelry, we are sure to see them translated into the mainstream. Reliquary, medieval and gothic motifs encrusted with gemstones turned up on the attending celebrities, and tiaras and crucifixes took over as the jewels to watch.   


This Gothic Trend That Turned Heads on the Red Carpet Is Crossing Over to Jewelry Design
Dru Jewelry

Ruby cross 14K gold cross necklace. 

drujewelry.com

$1,036

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This Gothic Trend That Turned Heads on the Red Carpet Is Crossing Over to Jewelry Design
Established

14K yellow gold upside down cross ring. 

establishedjewelry.com

$580


This Gothic Trend That Turned Heads on the Red Carpet Is Crossing Over to Jewelry Design
Vena Amoris

Cross top 14K gold amethyst earrings. 

venaamorisjewelry.com

$475

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