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This Red Carpet Jewelry Trend Is Lighting Up The Faces of Celebrities

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This Red Carpet Jewelry Trend Is Lighting Up The Faces of Celebrities
Rachel Brosnahan in Ana Khouri earrings at the 71st Emmy Awards. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

OVER THE PAST few years, we have seen almost every style of earring imaginable on A-list actresses. From large hoops to small chandeliers, from shoulder dusters to streamlined linear silhouettes, from cuffs to climbers, an earring renaissance is in the offing. At the Emmy Awards, earrings that sit close to the ear were revealed to be the newest style to watch. They can range from mid-20th-century-inspired earrings that rest on the lobe with a sprinkle of diamonds or gemstones, to current and creative versions of huggies that are anything but classic and seem to be getting a modern makeover as the earring revival continues.

This Red Carpet Jewelry Trend Is Lighting Up The Faces of Celebrities

Graziela

18K yellow gold Natura earrings with diamond accents.

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$6,675

This Red Carpet Jewelry Trend Is Lighting Up The Faces of Celebrities

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Kat Kim

Anerise hoops in 18K gold with floating princess-cut diamonds (2.30 TCW).

katkimfinejewelry.com

$8,600

This Red Carpet Jewelry Trend Is Lighting Up The Faces of Celebrities

EF Collection

14K white gold diamond earrings.

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$1,760

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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