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Emerald Earrings Are Still Going Strong, Both on the Red Carpet and Off

Angelina Jolie’s iconic appearance in them at the 81st Academy Awards continues to inspire.

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Angelina Jolie in Lorraine Schwartz earrings at the 81st Academy Awards
Angelina Jolie in Lorraine Schwartz earrings at the 81st Academy Awards. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

I WILL NEVER FORGET the moment Angelina Jolie arrived on the red carpet during the 81st Academy Awards wearing a black dress and a vibrant pair of emerald earrings by Lorraine Schwartz. It was an iconic moment of color not seen on the red carpet since Hollywood in its heyday. After that magical moment in 2009, stars such as Julianne Moore, Jennifer Lopez and Zoe Kravitz donned emerald and other gemstone earrings. Here’s to a look back and a look forward at the styles in emerald earrings still going strong years after Jolie set an enchanting trend.

Margery Hirschey Emerald geometric chandeliers in 18K gold

Margery Hirschey

Emerald geometric chandeliers in 18K gold.

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Eden Presley Emerald and diamond open pear-shaped earrings in 14K gold

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Eden Presley

Emerald and diamond open pear-shaped earrings in 14K gold.

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$6,600

Linda Hoj Emerald earrings with emeralds and rose-cut diamond accents in 22K gold

Linda Hoj

Emerald earrings with 5.74 TCW of emeralds and rose-cut diamond accents in 22K gold.

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$5,800

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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