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Tracee Ellis Ross Was a Vision in Nikos Koulis Earrings

She wore them to the Academy Museum Gala at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures.

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Tracee Ellis Ross Was a Vision in Nikos Koulis Earrings
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TRACEE ELLIS ROSS has never been one to shy away from big earrings or bold statement pieces. The Nikos Koulis earrings she wore to the third annual Academy Museum Gala at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures were no exception.

Lean, long and luxurious, they stood out against her white Richard Quinn gown and brought back the form and geometry reminiscent of the elongated earrings of the Art Deco period — and era that has often served as inspiration for Koulis. They were constructed of square-cut emeralds, round diamonds and middle exclusive cut diamonds. Although they were linear, they moved and swayed like most of Koulis’s earrings and felt fresh and current. While many women would only wear them on special occasions, Koulis designs versatile pieces in the same vein that could be worn as part of a daily rotation These are aspirational as well as inspirational for when thinking about special occasions and beyond.

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