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Check Out Some of Lena Wald’s Greatest Hits

BY meghana gandhi 09/23/2013

Mega-talented jewelry designer Lena Wald makes everything from her L.A. studio, using cruelty-free diamonds, recycled gold, and ultra-high-quality stones (natural turquoise, for example). And, since she launched her line in 1998, she’s created some real all-star pieces—that have attracted some seriously big-name fans. Take a peek at her most iconic creations below. iimage

Turquoise Ring

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imageInitial Earrings

“Historically, you could find random initials in different shops, but I was one of the first people to really create a collection out of them. My first samples were plain gold, and then I made them with diamonds—because everyone loves diamonds! In 2000, Cameron Diaz wore her initials to the Oscars, and they blew up. I think they caught on quickly because everyone likes personal items. They’re very small and subtle. A lot of people would wear their kids’ initials in their ears; Madonna had an L and an R for Lourdes and Rocco. Kate Moss and Gwyneth Paltrow bought a bunch of them, as did Leonardo DiCaprio—when he was dating Gisele, he bought pairs for all of her sisters.”

imagePyramid Earrings
“I’m a huge Hermès fan—I own some vintage Hermès jewelry—and I’ve always liked their aesthetic, which inspired me to make these pyramids. They’re kind of my homage to Hermès. I have a lot of friends who never take them out of their ears. They have a celebrity following as well; even Bono owns a pair.”


Diamond Flag Earring
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