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Rings Are Stacking Up on the Red Carpet

Emily Blunt’s rings at the Mary Poppins Returns premiere mimic a stacking effect.

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Rings Are Stacking Up on the Red Carpet
Emily Blunt in Mirian diamond rings by Ana Khouri at the Mary Poppins Returns film premiere arrivals, Los Angeles, Nov. 29, 2018.

AT THE WORLD PREMIERE of Mary Poppins Returns in Los Angeles, Emily Blunt looked ethereal in a diaphanous white gown, accessorized by Stephen Webster chandelier earrings and at least two fingers full of rings by Ana Khouri — just the right touch for an update on Hollywood glamour. It also reveals a trend toward rings that appear as if they have been stacked, in various shapes and silhouettes, all accented with diamonds.

Rings Are Stacking Up on the Red Carpet

Eva Fehren

Stack from top to bottom: Mini Queen in 18K rose gold with pale champagne diamond; Fine Shorty in 18K rose gold with pale champagne diamond; The Kissing Claw in 18K rose gold with pale champagne diamond; 18K rose gold ring with 0.15-carat custom-cut white diamond.

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$975-$6,450

Rings Are Stacking Up on the Red Carpet

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Zoe Chicco

14K gold open pointed band ring with a bar of seven bezel-set white diamonds down the center.

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$12,500

Rings Are Stacking Up on the Red Carpet

Spinelli Kilcollin

18K rose, yellow and white gold entwined bands with channel-set baguette and square cut white diamonds.

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$18,000

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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