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What jewelry is Lady Gaga wearing at the Oscars? The correct answer, as it has been since her historic yellow diamond moment in 2019, is Tiffany & Co.
The partnership between the house, founded in 1837, and the House of Gucci star has meant that we all get to see some of Tiffany’s high jewelry masterpieces—often on view only to press and private clients—on the red carpet. And recently, it has also meant that the genius of Jean Schlumberger, a revolutionary designer for Tiffany, is on full display.
The maverick Frenchman, who began at Tiffany in 1956 and who created iconic designs such as Bird on a Rock and the enamel bangles called the Jackie bangle after the First Lady who loved them, has experienced a renaissance since LVMH acquired Tiffany in 2021, and Lady Gaga on the red carpet has been an important part of that. See her Schlumberger necklace at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. And note that emerald and diamond bracelet she wore at this years BAFTA’s.
Her Oscar 2022 jewelry was no exception. Tea House of Gucci star chose classic platinum and diamond pieces, highlighting the Tiffany expertise around the stone, and their deep archive.
Is revenge jewelry a thing? If so it is best served as a Tiffany diamond necklace with expertly cut square stones, a flower cluster bracelet, and earrings with both yellow and white diamonds. She wore the jewels to the Elton John party, prompting some to wonder if there would be a Lady Gaga Oscars moment. Prayers were answered when she—in her Tiffany diamonds—presented the final award of the night. Bonus: she added new earrings post Elton John party. A pair of long diamond earrings that also gave us a preview of the Tiffany Blue Book Collection of 2022.
Please give me credit for waiting until the end of the piece to do this: Father, son, and house of Tiffany!
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