‘Hearts on Fire’ diamond gown to debut at the Oscars

Couture eveningwear designer, Anne Bowen, has designed an “Oscar-worthy” gown, completely adorned with brilliant “Hearts On Fire”(TM) diamonds, worth more than $5 million.

Under 24-hour armed security, the signature Anne Bowen “Hearts On Fire” diamond gown has been intricately hand-beaded and sewn, the company said in a statement. The final creation, which the company, Anne Bowen designs, calls “a masterful and unique work of art, has generated the kind buzz that has Oscar hopefuls vying for the opportunity to sachet down the red-carpet in head to toe diamonds.”

After its debut at the 2002 Academy Awards, the Anne Bowen “Hearts On Fire”(TM) diamond gown will be auctioned for charity with 50% of the proceeds going to benefit the celebrity’s charity of choice.

“Hearts on Fire”(TM) diamonds are “the world’s most perfectly cut diamonds,” precisely cut to explode with an unrivaled brilliance and scintillation that cannot be found in any other diamond in the world. This remarkable diamond brand is garnering extraordinary attention in the gemstone industry for its romance, beauty, and perfection of quality, the statement says.

Anne Bowen, who has designed red carpet creations for such high profile celebrities as, Destiny’s Child, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Cindy Crawford, Elizabeth Hurley, Kim Cattrall, Molly Shannon, Heather Locklear, and Estella Warren, is renowned for utilizing precious and semi-precious stones to create her one-of-a-kind gowns.

“I’ve always had a Zen approach to the Oscar dressing process,” Anne Bowen says. “The gems used on my gowns emit energy so that the overall feeling the wearer gets is one that will enhance her inner beauty and confidence on that very important night.”