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Celebrities Wear Pearls for Big, Modern Looks

Check out the strands worn by Julia Garner at The Emmy Awards.

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Julia Garner in Chanel Fine Jewelry
Julia Garner in Chanel Fine Jewelry at the 2020 Emmy Awards via Zoom. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock

FROM MODERN TO antique-inspired, the latest pearl jewelry designs range from edgy to minimal on wire chokers and bracelets or long earrings. At the 2020 Emmy Awards, the stars showed off glamorous jewelry looks via Zoom and Instagram. Julia Garner was the poster girl for the new pearl trend in Chanel Fine Jewelry with ropes of graduated strands. She also wore a pearl hair ornament to complete the look. This might be too much for your customers’ own Zoom calls, but might we suggest some streamlined modern styles that work for everyday wear?

Sea of Beauty Collection pearl lariat in white 14K gold with Akoya and freshwater graduated pearls.

Mizuki

Sea of Beauty Collection pearl lariat in white 14K gold with Akoya and freshwater graduated pearls.

mizukijewels.com

$2,495

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Assael 18K gold Silk pearl earrings.

Assael

18K gold Silk pearl earrings.

assael.com

$1,950

W. Rosado Love pendant featuring Australian South Sea pearls embedded with 18K gold and pavé letters.

W. Rosado

Love pendant featuring Australian South Sea pearls embedded with 18K gold and pavé letters.

wrosado.com

$9,900

Beth Bernstein is a published author of three books and jewelry and fashion expert with 18+ years experience. A broad knowledge of the history of jewelry and fashion coupled with a background in "the story", writing, trends, design concepts has earned Beth a proven track record.

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