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‘Hollywood Powerhouses’ Are Crazy About This Jeweler’s Designs

Celebs and execs alike are fans.

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Designer Susan Foster has endeared herself to Hollywood celebrities and executives alike with her creative jewelry.

Hollywood Reporter explains that she’s become a favorite of well-known names such as Beth Swofford of Creative Artists Agency and Stacey Snider, CEO of 20th Century Fox Film.

Cindy Farrelly Gesner, an entertainment attorney, says Foster’s jewelry “gives me confidence” that is helpful in the workplace.

Among the stones that Foster uses in her “imaginative mix of rare gems and rich metals” are Australian black opals and sliced diamonds, according to Hollywood Reporter. Her pieces start at about $5,000 and sell for as much as $60,000.

Several stars are known to be fans of Foster’s work.

Her career began to take off in 2002 when actress Minnie Driver wore one of her creations, a set of ruby earrings. More recently, actress Kate Bosworth was seen wearing another of Foster’s works, a set of rose

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