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Celebrity Jeweler Neil Lane Picks His Favorite Diamond Moments from the Oscars

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Celebrity Jeweler Neil Lane Picks His Favorite Diamond Moments from the Oscars

People magazine recently spoke with celebrity jeweler Neil Lane, who shared some of his favorite diamond displays from the past few Oscars. Among them is Angelina Jolie’s sultry black gown from 2012, of which the article provides some background on how Lane completed the look: “Since Lane knew the major statement making piece was going to be that thigh-high slit, he chose to keep the rest of the actress’s look simple with a pair of 10 carat drop earrings, adding on the surprising detail of two 100 carat diamond brooches that cinched the waist of the gown and went almost completely unnoticed in the shadow of Jolie’s infinitely meme-able leg.”

Three women named Jennifer also made Lane’s cut.

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