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This Red Carpet Trend Conjures Dorothy Entering The Land of Oz

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This Red Carpet Trend Conjures Dorothy Entering The Land of Oz
Elle Fanning at the Met Gala 2019 Awards in Tiffany & Co. Photo by Shutterstock

DESIGNERS ARE FEATURING an effect similar to what we experienced when Dorothy woke up and opened the door to the vibrant Technicolor land of Oz — exuberant and joyful color combinations. Many designers cite influences of the cultural crafts of faraway lands in a freewheeling kaleidoscope of vibrant jewelry.

This Red Carpet Trend Conjures Dorothy Entering The Land of Oz

Sofia Zakia

14K Rainbow Stardust ring with emerald, various sapphires, tsavorite, amethyst, ruby and diamond.
sofiazakia.com

$755

This Red Carpet Trend Conjures Dorothy Entering The Land of Oz

Nouvel Heritage

18K gold medallion with sapphires, Paraiba tourmaline, spessartite, emerald, tsavorite and diamonds.
nouvelheritage.com

$7,990

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This Red Carpet Trend Conjures Dorothy Entering The Land of Oz

Robin Pelham

Synchronicity Sunset outer ring and Nebula inner ring in 18K yellow gold set with various sapphires, diamonds and tsavorite.

robinpelham.com

$13,445 (set)

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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