The StyleLab Suite – which took place during Emmy Week this year – saw a host of celebrities and their stylists admiring diamond jewelry from Pure Grown Diamonds – said to be the world’s only conflict-free and eco-friendly diamond.
The company says it offers affordable luxury to today’s socially responsible consumer.
Nominees for the awards flocked to the StyleLab Suite and got the chance to pick out their favorites pieces for use at the Emmy awards show and Emmy parties happening all throughout the week.
Attendees to the Pure Grown Diamonds preview included nominees from “Scandal,” “Orange Is The New Black,” “Homeland,” “Silicon Valley,” “Transparent,” “American Horror Story,” “Project Runway,” “Top Chef,” and more.
Their stylists and wardrobe people also got a chance to peak at the luxurious items including a 14k white gold 4 carat diamond earring set valued at over $78,000.
“The Voice” producer Ashley Baumann (nominated for an Emmy) was lucky enough to snag those along with an 18k white gold tennis necklace with 20 carats of round diamonds. The price tag on that? Approximately $60,000.
Talk about luxury!
Here are some more pieces that caught the eyes of the awards-show attendees:
Alexandra Billings (“Transparent”) fell in love with the 14k white and yellow gold “Y” necklace, which consists of 2 carats of white diamonds, and priced at $10,255.
Suzanne Cryer (“Silicon Valley”) was obsessed with the Pure Grown Diamonds sparkling 76-carat diamond necklace that was crafted exclusively for the Emmy Awards. This spectacular design features emerald cut diamonds set in platinum, and priced at $1 million.
Maitland Ward (“Boy Meets World”) looked stunning in drop earrings set in white and yellow gold. This one-of-a-kind design consists of 4 carat yellow diamond studs connected to a double row of pear shaped white diamond drops totaling over 10 carats, priced at $29,850.
I wish we had pictures to show you, but the best we have for now are a couple of videos on the best and worst fashion from the 2015 Emmy Red Carpet. See if you think you can spot any of the Pure Grown Diamonds jewelry pieces in the clips below: