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Here’s the Timeless Jewelry Look That Zoe Kravitz Reintroduced to the Red Carpet

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Here’s the Timeless Jewelry Look That Zoe Kravitz Reintroduced to the Red Carpet

Zoe Kravitz wearing two rivière necklaces by Tiffany & Co. at the 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Red Carpet Arrivals.
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When Zoe Kravitz walked onto the red carpet at the Emmys in two diamond necklaces by Tiffany & Co., an age-old classic style quickly became popular again. The necklaces are called rivières (“river of diamonds”). Variations range from the traditional larger diamonds in graduated multi-strand styles to smaller melee set all around channel looks. Current versions are usually choker length and make a good case for either upgrading or layering with the fabric chokers from a few years back. 


Here’s the Timeless Jewelry Look That Zoe Kravitz Reintroduced to the Red Carpet

Beny Sofer

18K white gold graduated diamond necklace (15.00 TCW).

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Here’s the Timeless Jewelry Look That Zoe Kravitz Reintroduced to the Red Carpet
Gumuchian

Platinum and diamond three row Cascade Necklace with 253 round diamonds (25.14 TCW) and 21 baguette diamonds (1.98 TCW).

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$120,000 


Here’s the Timeless Jewelry Look That Zoe Kravitz Reintroduced to the Red Carpet
Gem Platinum

18K gold rivière diamond necklace (10.00 TCW).

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$40,000  


This article originally appeared in the February 2018 edition of INSTORE.

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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