A Diamond Spectacular

The 30 dazzling pieces that won 1996 Diamonds-International Awards included two by U.S. designers Robin Garin Rotstein and Jodi Stamp of the United States were among 30 designers honored with Diamonds-International Awards at a gala ceremony during Haute Couture Week in Paris last month. The bi-annual competition draws entries from around the world, with more than 2,000 hopefuls from 43 countries entering this year's contest. There were nine winners from Italy, three each from Canada and Japan, two each from Brazil, Germany, Taiwan and the U.S., and one each from Austria, France, Korea, Russia, South Africa, Spain and the United Kingdom. Rotstein, a two-time consecutive winner of the Diamonds-International Awards, gave a whole new meaning to the preppy dress-for-success floppy bow tie with her necklace of matte gold set with 37 carats of diamonds. She was sponsored by Nili Jewelry Cor
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