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Diamonds for Daytime Hit the Red Carpet

These wearable styles are infused with character.

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Anna Foglietta in Bulgari High Jewelry at the 2020 Venice Film Festival. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock

I AT THE 2020 VENICE Film Festival (which was held live, yet with social distancing and masks), many jewels sparkled with diamonds — from cluster and drop earrings to stack and statement rings and all styles of bracelets. Daytime diamonds this season are feminine and imbued with character and presence. They are more dressed up than the minimal jewelry we saw during the spring into summer. Although still wearing masks and social distancing, many of your customers are going back to their offices, and these are the perfect jewels for you to show and for them to invest in and wear well into the future. 

Mikimoto Bloom earrings with mixed diamonds and cultured pearls in white gold.

Mikimoto

Bloom earrings with mixed diamonds and cultured pearls in white gold.

mikimotoamerica.com

$12,000

Carbon & Hyde Empire dome-shaped ring with stripes of diamond pave

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Carbon & Hyde

Empire dome-shaped ring with stripes of diamond pave.

carbonandhyde.com

Fewer Finer Things bracelet with three styles of bezel, designed in a repeating pattern.

Fewer Finer

bracelet with three styles of bezel, designed in a repeating pattern.
shopfewerfiner.com

$6,200

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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