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The very exotic Indian inspired diamond chandelier earrings are back in style. It's been quite some time since droopy diamond earrings were trendy, but the 80's jewelry fashion has modernized its way back to the top of the list of fall jewelry trends
for 2010. This season's designs include the ever classic diamond crystal design as well as garnet, topaz, black diamond, gold, and cherry quarts.
Here's a quick recap:
Here is Elizabeth Taylor in her early 80's white diamond perfume add wearing a pair of brilliant white diamond chandelier earrings. Taylor who's known to have owned some of the worlds most magnificent jewelry collections did it first and did it best.
Here is another glamorous leading
lady with a modern spin – Miss Jennifer Aniston in diamond covered chandelier earrings in a recent red carpet event.
Here is the classic and chic Gwyneth Paltrow radiating in a shiny rose-cut chandelier pair That matches her rose cut diamond engagement ring.
Eva Longoria also left a lasting impression in this years annual Emmys ceremony with a polished look of a black rosette gown, topped off with a staggering pair of reddish-pink chandelier earrings, a brilliant finish touch.
Elizabeth Taylor is wearing a $3 million diamond-studded turban to her upcoming wedding to a Hollywood talent agent. The 78 year old retired actress
will don a crown with a 30-carat center stone and two more 40-carat yellow canary diamonds. The diamonds will be laid on hand woven gold and silver fabric. The 200 guest wedding is later this year, but the 12 artists toiling away on Taylor's headress have their work cut out for them. Designer Keith Holman dressed the late Michael Jackson.
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Yellow diamonds are specially treated to give them a warm and bright color.
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This will be Taylor's ninth marriage. But what kind of diamond wedding ring do you wear when you've got at least 110 carats on your head?