Instagram stars share jewelry shopping advice

The former Vogue editor is now a stylist to the stars — including Sienna Miller, Margot Robbie,  Dakota Johnson and Selena Gomez — and host of a new YouTube channel, “Hello Fashion.” 

Cartier Paris Nouvelle Vague 18-k rose-gold bracelet with diamonds, price upon request at 800-227-8437
Cartier Paris Nouvelle Vague 18-k rose-gold bracelet with diamonds, price upon request at 800-227-8437
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Instagram followers: 596,000

Signature jewel style: Minimal signature pieces — a Cartier Nouvelle Vague diamond bracelet, Elsa Peretti cuffs, Sidney Garber dome cuffs, a Dinh Van cigar-band ring.

Iconic red-carpet moment: Fred Leighton necklace on Michelle Williams (above, center) with a yellow Vera Wang gown at the 2006 Academy Awards. I think it’s hard for a big significant necklace to look easy and cool on a young woman, and I loved that this look accomplished that.

First piece of jewelry: Tiny diamond stud earrings that were a 13th birthday present from my parents from Bixlers, the jewelry shop in our town.

First jewelry splurge: A Tiffany diamond cross that I got in my early 20s. I loved them in the ’90s, and my parents wouldn’t let me wear a cross, so it was a fancy act of rebellion.

Dream jewel: A Cartier Hamsa pendant designed by Aldo Cipullo. I just got the book about Aldo [by Vivienne Becker] and it’s really beautiful and inspiring. That Hamsa is hard to find, and I think that makes me want it more.

The Russian-born, London-based trained gemologist and journalist uses her site and large following to champion jewelry designers from all over the world.

London Collection 18-k white-gold pear-shaped diamond necklace with halo pendant, $27,250 at London Jewelers
London Collection 18-k white-gold pear-shaped diamond necklace with halo pendant, $27,250 at London Jewelers
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Instagram followers: 355,000 

Signature jewel style: Big, bold and beautiful. I love wearing large cocktail rings, regardless of the time of the day, and statement earrings, especially my giant titanium butterfly solo earring with a gorgeous blue zircon.

Iconic red-carpet moment: For me, it is definitely Jane Fonda in a regal multistrand Cartier ruby and diamond necklace (above, center) that she wore on the Cannes red carpet in 2015. 

First piece of jewelry: A white-gold ring shaped as an eye with a tiny single diamond. It was a gift from my mum that she brought from Egypt. I still have it!

First jewelry splurge: A solitaire D-color, pear-shaped diamond pendant over 1 carat that I bought for my 30th birthday. My whole family chipped in!

Secret tip: If you lose one earring, don’t dismiss the second one. Instead, wear it with a different earring of a similar style — mismatched earrings are still such a hot trend!

Dream jewel: Vhernier’s iconic “Calla” necklace. I would be happy with any color, but prefer the ones in titanium — they are so light and perfect for daily wear.

The senior VP of Sotheby’s Luxury Division is known for bringing legendary collections of exceptional jewels to auction as well as hosting the “Frank’s Files” video series.

 David Yurman ID bracelet, $475, at London Jewelers
David Yurman ID bracelet, $475, at London Jewelers
London Jewelers

Instagram followers: 127,000

Signature jewel style: I’m a suit guy, and I try to wear a brooch on my lapel as often as possible, especially when I’m working

Iconic red-carpet moment: Keira Knightley at the 2006 Oscars. She wore an iconic 1960s Bulgari necklace of sapphires, rubies, emeralds and diamonds, from their archives. I began my jewelry career at Bulgari, so the brand holds a very special place for me, and this jewel epitomizes “La Dolce Vita” style. 

First piece of jewelry: A silver ID bracelet won at the West End Fair in Monroe County, Penn., when I was 10, which I wore for years. I still have it.

First jewelry splurge: My wedding band made by Eli Halili. It’s 24-karatgold, 8-millimeters wide, quite heavy, and means more than anything. The color and patina of the gold make the ring feel like it’s a thousand years old.

Secret tip: Don’t ever be afraid to ask to try things on.

Dream jewel: Without question, a Cartier temple brooch from the 1920s. These mini masterpieces depicting a variety of architectural styles were “built” of baguette diamonds and first introduced in 1925. I’d wear it every day.

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