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

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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. 


Beny Sofer

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

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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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Gem Platinum

18K gold rivière diamond necklace (10.00 TCW).

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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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