Most famous jewellery in movies

Jewellery is a woman's best friend, and we saw that in many iconic movies. We love to see powerful women wearing symbolic pieces of art, which gave them a unique charm. Actresses like Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, Nicole Kidman, Kate Hudson, and Natalie Portman wore unique jewellery that made it in the movie business history.

When we watch a movie, we see just the final results. But the viewers don't know the amount of work behind the film. There are many things to take care of, including the wardrobe, the location, the prop, and different accessories, including jewellery. The last part may seem a minor detail, but small things make the difference. It's evident that if there weren't remarkable and talented women, the beauty of the jewellery would faint. So, let's see what are the most famous jewellery that remained emblematic for the movie industry.

Breakfast at Tiffany's

Breakfast at Tiffany's jewellery
In Breakfast at Tiffany's, Audrey Hepburn wore a veritable iconic piece of jewellery, which caused a big fuss throughout history. Many replicas have appeared on the market after the movie premiere. The character Holly Golightly interpreted by the famous Audrey Hepburn, made her film appearance in a black dress designed by the famed French designer Hubert de Givenchy, with a pair of satin elbow-length gloves, her tortoiseshell Oliver Goldsmith sunglasses, and ropes and ropes of pearls. Roger Scemama designed the layered pearl necklace and it was pièce de résistance. The necklace fell perfectly on the actresses' back, highlighting the backless shape of the dress. It was the perfect accessory for the movie.

Gentlemen prefer blondes

Gentlemen prefer blondes marlyn monroe jewellery
The well-known movie "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" starring the actress Marilyn Monroe, an iconic actress, made a big fuss. The famous star wore one of the oldest pieces of jewellery used in movies, as it was over 500 years old at the time. It was held initially by the Maharajah of Baroda, India, and was later worn by Empress Maria Theresa of Austria and Marie Antoinette at one point. In reality, Maharajah's diamond was stolen by Nadir Shah in 1739, and it was found 200 years later. Meyer Rosenbaum of Detroit acquired it in 1943 and let Monroe use it for the film.

The other Boleyn girl

The other Boleyn girl jewellery
Natalie Portman had an outstanding performance in the movie "The other Boleyn girl". In "The Other Boleyn Girl", Natalie Portman's necklace was notable because it closely resembled Ann Boleyn's actual necklace, as shown in her portraits. The necklace featured a string made of pearls and three teardrop-shaped pear pears.

How to lose a guy in ten days

How to lose a guy in ten days jewellery
The movie "How to lose a guy in ten days" is an iconic comedy that had one of the most expensive pieces of jewellery from the film. The character of Kate Hudson, Andie Anderson, has worn a necklace worth millions, created by the Harry Winston designer. The pendant necklace Isadora (named after Isadora Duncan) is an 80-carat diamond in the movie, and Kate Hudson killed it in the famous "Frost Yourself" gala scene. The actress wore a yellow satin gown that fitted perfectly on her.

Moulin Rouge

Moulin Rouge jewellery
The star of the movie "Moulin Rouge" Nicole Kidman, who played the main character, Satine, worn fabulous jewellery created by the Australian jeweller Stefano Canturi. The artist claims he was influenced by the Louis XVI style, which included openwork lace designs, scrolls, and opulent bodice jewels and was popular in France in the late 1800s.

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