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Women have been wearing jewelry since the beginning of time. Whether it is necklace, bracelet or earrings, jewelry is very popular all over the world regardless of culture or regions. There are many reasons why jewelry are chosen on daily basis and special occasions also.
1) Wearing jewelry boost your mood
Many women confirmed that wearing the right pieces of jewelry can have positive effect on their emotion because wearing jewelry makes them feel more beautiful. Also, jewelry that is given from your friends or family can make you feel loved and happy every time you wear it.
2) Increase confidence
A shiny jewelry can boost women’s beauty and make them stand out in a crowd. Different kinds of jewelry may have different effects depending on what style that is, such as vintage, classic, traditional or elegant. Wearing the right type of jewelry can help women prove their worth, thus, increase their confidence.
3) Highlight for your outfit
Don’t have to take a lot of time picking the perfect outfit because right pieces of jewelry can make your outfit look more outstanding. Your outfit will be completed with jewelry.Even if one isn't attempting to convey a particular style, accessories are still a great choice for expression.
4) The symbol of prestige, wealth and power
Wearing the right jewelry does not only boost your beauty but also represents prestige, wealth and power of the women wearing it. Jewelry has the ability to highlight women’s personality and bring out the best features of them.
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The award show we’ve all been waiting for is finally here, the Oscars. This year, at the 91st Academy Awards, nominees, attendees, and the like stepped it up a notch as they collectively celebrated the amazing work being honored this evening. But before we recognize the winners, in true Hollywood fashion, we’re here to focus all our attention to the red carpet.
As this is arguably one of the most famous red carpets in history, we went into the evening expecting nothing short of the utmost glamour, and now that the celebrities have started pouring out, we are already completely stunned. Starting off with Constance Wu and Elsie Fisher in everything from gowns to tuxedos, this Oscars red carpet will be one for the books.
Lady Gaga wore Tiffany & Co. necklace jewelry
Emma Stone wore Louis Vuitton earrings and ring.
Lucy Boynton wore Cartier earrings and rings.
Sarah Paulson wore Platinum by Harry Winston jewelry
Lisa Bonet wore Fernando Jorge and Jacquie Aiche jewelry and Mattia Cielo diamond arm cuff
Charlize Theron wore Bulgari jewelry
For her first collection for John Hardy, designer Hollie Bonneville Barden, the first woman to take the house’s creative reigns, reimagined the classic Naga motif.
The Naga is a mythological figure in Southeast Asia a water dragon that protects oceans and has featured prominently in John Hardy designs.
“My exploration of Naga was, in a way, a unique journey of discovering Bali,” Bonneville Barden commented in a release.
“Through my creative process, I uncovered that, beyond the Naga myth, Balinese folklore depicts the Naga as an embodiment of different natural spirits the earth, the ocean and the sky, representing the elements of natural phenomena and its raw beauty. To me, this concept of duality is universal.”
Bonneville Barden joined John Hardy last year, relocating from London, where she previously was the creative director of De Beers, to New York and Bali.
Her first John Hardy collection features an array of interesting stones such as bicolor amethyst and obsidian. The incorporation of alternative stones just may be the young designer’s signature for De Beers she introduced natural colored diamonds into the house’s pieces.
“I selected the stones not just for their suggestion of power, drama, the fascination of light and color, but the power of creation they represent. I wanted to show nature’s strength through creation,” she said.
The first offerings from a female creative director comes just as John Hardy celebrates another milestone: the planting of its one millionth bamboo, marking the tenth anniversary of its “Wear Bamboo, Plant Bamboo” initiative, which plants bamboo seedlings for each purchase from the Bamboo collection.
Earlier this month, CEO Robert Hanson joined by Bonneville Barden, John Hardy’s Bali-based artisans and team and local and government leaders including the Head of Environment Bali and Head of Badung Regency planted the one millionth seedling on the grounds of the John Hardy workshop.
“For over 42 years, John Hardy has maintained its dedication to sustainability,” Hanson said. “From the materials used in our pieces to the construction and operation of our workshop in Bali, sustainability is woven into every aspect of our brand.
“Our ‘Wear Bamboo, Plant Bamboo’ program is an important part of this mission. In only 10 years, we are honored to have planted enough bamboo seedlings to cover New York City’s Central Park six times over.”
The bamboo is planted to offset carbon emissions. Seedlings are given to local families, who receive sustainable cultivation training.
Whether it's Bella Hadid owning the red carpet in Bulgari's classic Serpenti collection or Rihanna peacocking for the paps dripping in gems from her new Chopard collection, there has been jewllery aplenty to drool over at Cannes 2017.
Every year millions and millions of dollars worth of high jewellery is loaned to the world's most famous stars and paraded down the red carpet at premieres and after-hours VIP parties.
And, though most of us *might* never be able to afford a £13,000 Tiffany solitaire ring a la Elle Fanning (we've still got time, guys), window-shopping is still super fun.
Here are some the best bling from last night's Oscar Red Carpet.
Karlie Kloss in Nirav Modi
Jessica Biel in Tiffany & Co.
Taraji P. Henson in Nirav Modi