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Natasha Lyonne Wears David Webb Jewelry at 2 Red Carpet Events

The Jewelry is dreamy … the outfits not so much.




Natasha Lyonne may have been wearing Givenchy at the 2023 Golden Globes and Gucci at the 2023 Critics Choice awards and may have been styled by one of my favorite stylists, but both black gowns had a ’90s edge that seemed to miss — although her jewels were right on target.

Above, Lyonne is seen at at the 2023 Critics Choice Awards.

As a one-time fashion editor turned jewelry journalist, I usually stick to the jewelry unless I want to gush over the gown. I am not of the mind to do worst-dressed, but I am confused by how many magazines put Lyonne on their best-dressed lists. So before I sound more catty, let’s get on to her jewelry, which included some of the most creative and inspired jewelry by David Webb that I’ve seen. This brilliant brand, which loaned the colorful and unique jewels, took the darker edge off of the gowns and upstaged some of the diamond statement looks that other A-listers wore. My favorite was the David Webb wide emerald bracelet that Lyonne wore to the Globes. During our recent coverage of the red carpet, I have talked about double bangles and cuffs and wide singular bracelets making a comeback, and this is an eye-popping piece.

At the 2023 Critics Choice Awards, the David Webb 18K gold and platinum carved Lion Coral bracelet with pear-shaped emeralds, brilliant-cut diamonds, black enamel was also a winner. The other extraordinary piece was the bold coral, onyx and diamond necklace, which had a ton of presence and was a welcome change from the white-on-white diamond styles.

Above, Lyonne is seen at the 2023 Golden Globe Awards.

Hail to the original innovative designer David Webb and the company that owns his name and keeps his imaginative and inspirational jewelry alive.




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