LOS ANGELES, Feb. 24, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Celebrities and their wardrobe stylists admired Jewelry from The Argyle Diamond Collection at StyleLab's Jewelry Event for the 85th Annual Academy Awards. The Argyle Diamond Collection includes a variety of fashionable diamond jewelry available from many jewelry designers and manufacturers. The pieces showcase the beauty of a variety of shades of diamonds available from the Argyle mine in Australia.
Brandi Glanville ("The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills") and Olympic gold medalist Carol Rodriguez both admired a choker from IDH Titanium, featuring a delicate flower design, enhanced by 25.72 carats of diamonds, set in platinum, priced at $200,000.
Academy Award nominee Erik Aadahl (Sound Editing "Argo") watched as his fiancée tried on a flowing airy open designed cuff with 13.50 carats of diamonds from IDH Titanium, priced at $33,000. And, Academy Award nominee Kristie Macasko-Krieger (Co-Producer "Lincoln") was a big fan of IDH Titanium's flower motif earrings, accented with 3.42 carats of diamonds, priced at $20,000.
Sofia Milos ("CSI: Miami") was excited to try on a cuff with over 28 carats of diamonds, designed by Vijayshree Sovani, manufactured by Interjewel USA, priced at $19,999.
Academy Award nominee David Gropman (Production Design "Life of Pi") was a fan of diamond cufflinks from Casa Gi, priced at $5,500.
Olympic gold medalist Jeneba Tarmoh fancied the "Desert Rose" cuff Designed by Stacey Lindsell, and manufactured by Uni-Design. It featured champagne diamonds tapering in color to enhance the form and reflect the rich and natural colors of the earth. The stunning cuff is priced at $57,330.
Other Academy Award attendees are expected to wear jewelry from The Argyle Diamond Collection.
For more information on The Argyle Diamond Collection, visit www.riotintodiamonds.com
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