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Hudgens, Borgioni and Djula

Vanessa Hudgens wore Borgioni and Djula diamond rings to the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards on August 27, 2017 in Inglewood, California. 



Created by mother-daughter duo Rhonda and Tiffany Bartolacci, Borgioni Private Collection contrasts bohemian vintage themes with a medieval rock-n-roll aesthetic. Named after the family matriarch, Emily Rose Borgioni Bartolacci, and inspired by her personal jewelry collection, Borgioni was born from the desire to redesign and wear treasured family heirlooms.  Key pieces include their signature 18k gold handcuffs, bejeweled skulls, diamond spikes, and nature-inspired creations. Borgioni is expressive, exotic, and crafted for every day wearability. For more information, please visit www.borgionis.com 

• Twitter: @Borgioni 

• Instagram: @borgionijewels

• Facebook: @borgioni


Djula was founded in 1994 by famed Parisian designer Alexandre Corrot. Each unique piece in Djula’s collection exudes a delicate, seductive originality that epitomizes French elegance. With an emphasis on fashionable yet timeless design, Djula is clearly recognized today as one of the most famous, in‐demand jewelry brands in Europe. Djula can be found in over 80 exclusive retailers worldwide, including its first US flagship store on Madison Avenue.  For more information, please visit www.djula.fr.
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  • Twitter: @Djulajewelry
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