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Earring Circus

They’re big, they’re bold, and they’re perfect for summer’s strapless fashions. After all, when it’s 90 degrees outside, no one wants a massive choker around her neck. An up-do ensures that all eyes are on the ears.


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An Atelier Versace–clad Catherine Zeta-Jones proves that a Tony Award (for her turn in A Little Night Music) goes quite nicely with Lorraine Schwartz lacework-style danglers.

Windsor earrings in 18k yellow gold with citrine and colorless diamonds; $4,850; Brumani, São Paulo, Brazil; 55-11-3083-0507; www.brumani.com

Y Not?

When celebrity necklines go deep, they go very deep. Enter the Y necklace, which elevates eveningwear from potentially scandalous to positively sensational.


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Cate Blanchett divided fashion critics with her Armani Privé pantsuit at the Tony Awards. However, her $315,000, 26-carat Van Cleef & Arpels “Zip Pompon Diamants” piece got the thumbs-up all around.

Diamond deco necklace in platinum (similar to Amber Valletta’s); $118,000; Tiffany & Co., New York City; 800-526-0649; tiffany.com

 

Knuckle Down

Why wear a ring on one finger when you can wear it on two, three, or four? Knuckle rings can be skinny and refined (see: K. Stew), over-the-top and oversize (see: Xtina), and anywhere in between.

Double Infinity Ring in 14k gold with champagne diamonds; $5,200; Jessica Robinson Jewelry, New York City; jessicarobinsonjewelry.com