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These artful De Beers high-jewelry earrings suit the drama of the noir movie. Light Ray chandelier earrings from The Alchemist of Light collection feature fancy yellow and white diamonds; $200,000, at De Beers Jewellers, New York.
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Drive My Car
Honor the best picture-nominated Japanese film with Mikimoto’s Japanese Sense of Beauty chrysanthemum brooch, featuring a rare melo pearl and diamonds; price upon request, at Mikimoto, Beverly Hills.
West Side Story
The fluidity of dance is reflected in the Sylphide ballerina clip by Van Cleef & Arpels, showcasing pink and yellow sapphires and white diamonds set in 18-karat white and yellow gold; $317,000, at Van Cleef & Arpels, Beverly Hills.
Like the character of Ruby (Emilia Jones) in the film, a 12.62-carat cushion-cut ruby draws the spotlight in this high-jewelry ring by Cartier, with diamonds set in 18-karat white gold; price upon request, at Cartier, Beverly Hills.
Don’t Look Up
Chanel’s Comète Perlée ear cuff, with diamonds and cultured pearls, is inspired by comets, one of which menaces the Earth in Adam McKay’s film; price upon request, at Chanel Fine Jewelry, Beverly Hills.
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