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.

Truly a jaw-dropping and head-turning look that only someone like Lady Gaga can pull off – fitting for the winner of both Best Song Written for Visual Media with "Shallow" (A Star Is Born) and Best Pop Solo Performance with "Joanne” (Where Do You Think You're Goin'?).

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