Los Angeles

FEBRUARY 26, 2023

International diamond house and luxury jeweler Mouawad brought the extraordinary to the 29th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards with its selection of jewelry for American actress, comedian, and producer Aubrey Plaza. Wearing Mouawad diamond and topaz high jewellery that perfectly complemented her daring copper sequin cut-out gown, Plaza wowed on the red carpet and on stage at the event, which took place at the Fairmont Century Plaza in Los Angeles on Sunday, February 26.

For the occasion, Mouawad dressed Plaza in a ring, bracelet and earrings from the Mouawad Joie de Vivre ensemble, featuring some of the world’s finest topaz and citrine stones set to a ravishing backdrop of white diamonds. The Joie de Vivre earrings, featuring two unique vivid orange pear-shaped citrines weighing 48.23 carat elegantly suspended from a sparkling setting of diamonds weighing 6.86 carat, superbly set off Plaza’s choice of designer gown for the evening. The beauty of the Joie de Vivre earrings was complemented by the Joie de Vivre bracelet featuring a 44.20 carat vivid orange rectangular cushion Brazilian imperial topaz and 12.40 carat of diamonds, and the Joie de Vivre ring set with a 33.26 carat vivid orange cushion Brazilian imperial topaz embraced by 3.62 carat of icy white diamonds.

Inspired by the warm orange hues of citrine and topaz, the Joie de Vivre matching suite is a handcrafted tribute to purely positive emotions, magnified in intensity by the complementary pristine sparkle of white diamonds. This bejeweled evocation of joy proved a particularly fitting choice for Plaza, who in addition to presenting an award was among the winners, when she took to the stage with her fellow White Lotus co-stars to receive the SAG Award for Best Ensemble in a Drama Series.

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