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Leslie Mann Wore Lab-Grown Anabela Chan Orange Garnet Cabochon Drop Earrings to the ‘Blockers’ Premiere on April 3rd in Westwood, CA

Leslie Mann

Leslie Mann Wore Lab-Grown Anabela Chan Orange Garnet Cabochon Drop Earrings for the Premiere of her latest movie Blockers, which opened last Friday, March 30th.
Anabela Chan:
18ct yellow gold and black gold vermeil, two lab-grown orange garnet cabochon drops, 70 pave-set yellow sapphires, amethysts, orange garnets, peridots, white diamonds and two natural freshwater pearls mimicking dewdrops.
Anabela Chan is a London and Paris based award-winning jewelry designer and artist, who arrived at jewelry from a prestigious background in architecture, fashion and art.
This year, Lady Gaga, Rita Ora and FKA Twigs have all graced red carpet events wearing her enchanting, statement pieces.  With awards from Vogue Talents and The British Goldsmiths’ Craft and Design Council, Harpers Bazaar UK named Anabela, ’The Jewelry Designer you need to know now’.
Anabela Chan-Vogue Fashion Dubai Experience International Photo

Her unique jewels and objets d’art are presented at some of the most exclusive gallery boutiques in the world including Christie’s London, Lane Crawford Hong Kong, Luisa Via Roma Florence and Moda Operandi New York
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Twitter: @anabelachan

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