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2017 Marie Claire Image Maker Awards: Stars dazzle in Hearts on Fire, Le Vian & more

The stars dazzled in their fine jewels at the 2017 Marie Claire’s Image Maker Awards on January 10, 2017 in West Hollywood, California.
Emmanuelle Chriqui wore Le Vian diamond rings
Inbar Lavi wore Le Vian ruby earrings and a Mattia Cielo diamond bracelet
Kylie Jenner wore Hearts on Fire diamond rings
Hearts on Fire:
Le Vian:

Mattia CIelo:
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