26 Apr LOGIES: DIAMONDS DOMINATE THE RED CARPET
On the 2017 TV Week Logies red carpet, diamonds truly were a girl’s best friend! This year it was all about show stopping statement earrings to tribute the couture gowns. And it was right here that we showcased some of our new collection on Australia’s silver screen talent including Ksenija Lukich, Anna Heinrich, Melina Vidor, Penny McNamee, Emma Freedman and Deborah Knight.
Affinity Diamonds Brand Ambassador, Ksenija Lukich led the way in Steven Khalil wearing standout intricate flower shaped diamond earrings with over 20.00 carats of various shaped diamonds. She matched this with multi toned diamond stack rings set with over 8.00 carats of diamonds.
TV star Anna Heinrich who also wore Steven Khalil looked stunning in our diamond drop vintage style earrings in 18K yellow gold set with over 2.50 carats of diamonds. Paired with the earrings she wore the one-of-a-kind 13.00 carat pear shaped Morganite ring encased in over 1.50 carats of diamonds.
Steven Khalil commented, “We are very excited that Affinity Diamonds paired with our Logies looks this year. The brand is luxurious and perfectly suited to my designs. Timeless and elegant pieces will always be in fashion”.
800 Words star Melina Vidor wore custom designed art deco style drop earrings with over 7.00 carats of green Emeralds and more than 4.00 carats of diamonds. The earrings were paired perfectly with a yellow gold diamond ring that had over 2.00 carats of green Emeralds encased by a total of 1.00 carats of diamonds.
Logies nominee, Home and Away’s Penny McNamee complimented her gorgeous black, white and gold floral princess gown with Onyx stone barrel earrings that have over 3.00 carats of diamonds.
Radio and TV presenter, Emma Freedman perfectly matched her pink dress with stunning pear shaped Rose quartz stone earrings with a cluster of white and yellow diamonds in 18k rose gold.
Nine Network presenter, Deborah Knight, also looked exquisite in large drop hoop statement earrings with over 5.00 carats in diamonds.