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Why Is Lady Gaga’s Grammys Necklace so Extraordinary?

The singer illuminated the red carpet with a unique Tiffany & Co. creation that required an entire year of work.
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Loyal to her aesthetics, Lady Gaga once again dazzled audiences at the 61st Grammy Awards with her timeless elegance – more specifically her dazzling Tiffany & Co. necklace.

Paired with a glitzy silver Celine by Hedi Slimane creation and complemented with princess-cut Tiffany diamond earrings of over 10 carats, her eye-catching necklace made quite the buzz on the news and social media.

The reason? This exquisite piece of jewellery took no less than 365 days to create.

According to Tiffany & Co., the necklace, which is part of the Tiffany Blue Book collection, features 91 carats of diamonds and took a year to be created because it involves "an ice motif that required the most skilled craftsmen to accomplish" and "each cut creates an illusion of fluidity".

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“Since its introduction in 1845, the annual Tiffany Blue Book Collection has served as a laboratory for Tiffany’s most exquisite hand-crafted designs and we are thrilled to have an artist such as Lady Gaga wearing the collection,” said Reed Krakoff, Tiffany & Co. chief artistic officer.

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