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19 Jewelry Brands That Got Celebrity Love at the SAG Awards

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Death, taxes and Lorraine Schwartz on the red carpet. These are things in life upon which we can always count.

When I crawled social media looking to see which jewelers made the biggest footprint at the last week’s SAG Awards, New York City-based Lorraine Schwartz was among the brands that generated the most buzz. The mega-celebrity label also caught the eye of INSTORE Senior Editor Tanya Dukes,who wrote about five jewelry all-stars from the SAGs for sister publication INDESIGN, three of whom (Kristen Wiig, Lily Rabe, and Sarah Hyland) were spotted wearing the brand.

Below you’ll find 19 different jewelry brands that made appearances at the SAGs, presented in alphabetical order.

Antonini

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Diamond Looks Take Over the SAG AwardsE! correspondent Zuri Hall wore diamond earrings by Antonini.

Posted by Holman Jewelers on Wednesday, February 3, 2016


Aurelie Bidermann


Bavna

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Buccellati


Bulgari

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Butani


Cher Dior


Chopard


Dana Rebecca


Forevermark






Fred Leighton



Harry Kotlar


Harry Winston


Lorraine Schwartz



Laverne Cox in Lorraine Schwartz jewelry. #gemchronicles #SAGAwards2016 #sagjewelry

A photo posted by thegemchronicles (@thegemchronicles) on Jan 30, 2016 at 3:34pm PST





Louis Vuitton


Mouawad


Neil Lane



Tiffany & Co.


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