Best jewelry at Cannes 2022

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With the 2022 Cannes Film Festival well underway, stars pulled out all the stops and accessorized their couture gowns with a dazzling array of gemstones to hit the red carpet.

As befits the glamorous landscape of the French Riviera, decadent earrings and necklaces have been the order of the day, with eye-catching diamonds, emeralds and rubies ensuring their wearers a place in the spotlight. . Here we round up the best jewelry looks from the festival so far.

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Bella Hadid

Bella Hadid wore sparkling diamond droplet earrings and a cocktail ring, both by Chopard, on the red carpet – the perfect accompaniments to her vintage white Gucci gown.

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Naomi Campbell

Naomi Campbell presented Bulgari’s new “Serpenti Ocean Treasure” necklace at Cannes. Designed as a tribute to the natural elements, the coin features an exceptional 61.30-carat teardrop-shaped sapphire from Sri Lanka, suspended from the mouth of a coiled snake.

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Diane Kruger

Diane Kruger dressed her high neck dress with an artistic Chaumet necklace. The ‘Ondulation’ choker was paired with a matching bracelet and ring.

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Frida Aasen

The model walked the red carpet in a chain of Chopard diamonds, which she wore cascading down her back – the perfect accompaniment to her backless red dress. She also added a pair of Chopard earrings.

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Cindy Bruna

Cindy Bruna shone at the premiere of armageddon time in Chaumet’s white and pink gold convertible necklace, set with an unusual “sunset-colored” Padparadscha sapphire, fallen between her shoulder blades. She completed her look with the matching earrings.

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Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway teamed her Armani Privé dress with a spectacular one-of-a-kind Bulgari necklace. The “Mediterranean Reverie” necklace, from Bulgari’s new high jewelry collection, is adorned with a rare cushion-cut Sri Lankan sapphire of 107.15 carats.

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Elsa Hosk

Model Elsa Hosk had a Marilyn Monroe moment in Messika diamonds, wearing the “Love knot” necklace and bracelet with a shimmering diamond ring, worn over her pink opera gloves.

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julia robert

Julia Roberts added color to her black stitching with a statement necklace. The Fairmined-certified piece is from Chopard’s new Red Carpet collection and features a remarkable central yellow diamond weighing over 100 carats.

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Caro Daur

Caro Daur attended the amfAR gala in Cannes wearing pieces from Tiffany & Co. She opted for the ‘Schlumberger’ choker necklace with delicate diamond earrings.

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Lashana Lynch

no time to die Star Lashana Lynch walked the red carpet in a dazzling pair of emerald and diamond floral earrings from Chopard, the official jewelery partner of this year’s Cannes Film Festival.

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Aisling Franciosi

The Irish actress paired her Chanel black lace gown with a selection of delicate Chanel jewelry, including the 18-karat white gold and black onyx “N°5” earrings from the high jewelry collection, and two rings from fine jewelry in white gold and diamonds.

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Julianne Moore

At this year’s opening ceremony, Julianne Moore accessorized her black dress with dazzling Bulgari jewelry. The ‘Tribute to Paris’ necklace features a 35.53-carat cabochon-cut Colombian emerald surrounded by diamonds and emeralds set in platinum.

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Viola Davis

Viola Davis paired her Alexander McQueen dress with a vibrant Boucheron ring, adorned with a 35-carat yellow beryl paved with sapphires and diamonds. She also added the spectacular “Fleur de Paradis” head jewel from Boucheron’s upcoming high jewelry collection, which includes amethysts, yellow and orange sapphires, as well as additional pink and purple stones with orange lacquer.

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Deepika Padukone

The Cannes jury member dazzled on the red carpet in a scarlet gown and matching red lip, paired with a shimmering high jewelry 18k white gold and diamond necklace by Cartier.

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Sarah C. Figueiredo