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Podcast Highlight: Why Elizabeth Taylor Remains the Ultimate Jewelry Icon

For one thing, unlike today’s stars, she actually owned the things she wore on the red carpet.

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EVERYBODY KNOWS Elizabeth Taylor is a jewelry icon. But you’ll get a good explanation of why that is so true in this short excerpt from the latest episode of The Barb Wire featuring host Barbara Palumbo and guest Jenny O. Calleri, owner of Huntington Jewelers in Las Vegas.


Podcast Highlight: Why Elizabeth Taylor Remains the Ultimate Jewelry Icon
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Calleri feels that Taylor’s love of jewelry, as well as the fact she actually owned her own jewelry (unlike many stars who walk red carpets today), makes her a powerful example of what jewelry means to those who wear it.

Calling her an example to anyone who wants to tell jewelry stories, Jenny O. says, “I 100% just want to pick her brain and hear about the real love affair she had with jewelry.”

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