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Fistfuls of Rings Shone on 2021 Red Carpets

When it came to finger bling, the stars maxed it out this year.

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Jurnee Smollett wearing Bulgari High Jewelry at the 2021 SAG Awards. Photo by Mari Jose Govea.
Jurnee Smollett wearing Bulgari High Jewelry at the 2021 SAG Awards. Photo by Mari Jose Govea.

FINGERS FULL OF rings, rather than your staple “work from home” earrings or pendants, started showing up at the Golden Globes, and by the time The Critic’s Choice and Grammys rolled around, they had become the trend to watch. For over a year, many of us (including celebrities) might have been in our pajamas, but we eventually made it past the neck down to our hands with our jewels. Diamonds, gemstones and various shapes and styles of rings were seen throughout awards season, as well as on the ready-to-wear international fall/winter 2021/22 runways.

Graziela 18K white gold and diamond ring.

Graziela

18K white gold and diamond ring.

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$12,950

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Colette 18K white gold Galaxia ring in white diamonds.

Colette

18K white gold Galaxia ring in white diamonds.

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$5,712

Anita Ko 18K gold diamond water lily ring with center and pavé diamonds.

Anita Ko

18K gold diamond water lily ring with center and pavé diamonds.

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$12,950

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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