The Most Impressive Jewelry at the Grammys Exuded Personality

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In recent years, many rock, rap, and country stars at the Grammys have opted for a flawlessly styled and polished look, resembling movie stars rather than musicians. However, this year, we witnessed a return to the shock and awe factor that we expect from the music industry. The standout jewelry looks came from pop stars and individuals related to the music industry who elevated their personal sense of style for the event. Lizzo wore a wonderfully exaggerated dress adorned with diamonds, JLo layered multiple diamond necklaces, and Mary J. Blige showcased oversized gold and diamond hoops.

Taylor Swift donned a Midnight Blue Roberto Cavalli crop top and long skirt, paying homage to her hit song “Midnight Rain,” along with stunning Lorraine Schwartz Kite Shape Earrings. These earrings feature diamonds, natural purple sapphires, and Paraíba tourmalines.

Cardi B paired an architectural peek-a-boo Gaurav Gupta gown with Messika diamond earrings. Her unique pose on the red carpet combined midcentury glamour with a contemporary twist.

Beyoncé, who has been a constant presence at the Grammys and holds the record for the most wins, once again showcased Lorraine Schwartz diamond jewelry. She sported a Gucci dress and Lorraine Schwartz pendant earrings adorned with six diamonds totaling over 70 carats.

Jennifer Lopez layered Bulgari High Jewelry Serpenti necklaces with her Gucci gown. The cascading crystals on her dress echoed the movement of the jewelry.

Adele, known for her signature black gowns, switched things up with a red Louis Vuitton gown but stuck to her trademark glamour with diamond jewelry from Tiffany.

Lizzo looked extraordinary in a hooded Dolce & Gabbana coat featuring a flower motif, complemented by diamond rings. Although the exact details of her jewelry are yet to be confirmed, it is suspected that the jewels might be from Dolce & Gabbana’s High Jewelry collection.

Pharrell, who collaborated with Tiffany on Mughal-inspired diamond sunglasses, wore these creations to the Grammys as well. It’s clear that he adores these bejeweled accessories.

Kendrick Lamar, another artist associated with Tiffany, caused a stir with his diamond and titanium crown of thorns. However, for the Grammys, Kendrick decorated his LA baseball cap with several Tiffany brooches, including Paloma Picasso’s scribble brooch and “Gold” pin, as well as a vintage cross design from the Tiffany archives set with diamonds, emeralds, and sapphires. He also showcased Tiffany diamond and platinum Soleste studs.

Olivia Rodrigo looked stunning in a black dress adorned with an Elsa Peretti for Tiffany Bean Pendant.

Mary J. Blige made a statement with her giant gold and diamond hoops, paired with a crystal-studded dress featuring hip cutouts designed by The Blonds.

Madonna’s daughter, Lourdes Leon, exuded Madonna’s 90s vibes with a Loree Rodkin diamond cross and crystal embellished AREA dress.

Saint Jhn made the Van Cleef & Arpels Alhambra necklace, a design that is over 50 years old, look fresh and modern. He wore it at the Grammys alongside another necklace, a black blazer, and no shirt, completing the look with a stylish updo. The jewel actually belongs to the rapper and has been seen on his Instagram in the past. Interestingly, he wasn’t the only man wearing an Alhambra necklace; another gentleman who worked on Beyoncé’s Renaissance album and appeared on stage wore two Alhambra necklaces.

LL Cool J introduced a rousing performance celebrating 50 years of hip-hop. He stayed true to his signature look from years ago, wearing chains and a Kangol hat.

The performers at the Grammys embraced old-school jewelry, reminiscent of Vikki Tobak’s influential publication “Ice Cold.”

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