Thursday, December 08, 2005

Singer Lindsay Lohan poses as she arrives for the 2005 American Music Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles November 22, 2005. Lohan is performing at the awards show. REUTERS/Chris Pizzello

Platinum Starlets at the AMAs

Lindsay Lohan, Sheryl Crow, Jada Pinkett Smith, Carmen Electra, and Lee Ann Womack accessorized their ensembles with rare Platinum jewelry by Neil Lane at the 33rd Annual American Music Awards in Los Angeles. Pendants, chains, and vintage-inspired jewelry ruled the red carpet.

Lohan shined in a pair of long pure Platinum and diamond chandelier earrings and a Platinum and diamond flower ring.

For her performance, Crow chose a long Platinum and diamond chain, Platinum and diamond linear earrings, and a bracelet.

Pinkett Smith graced the red carpet in a spectacular Platinum and diamond pendant necklace and bracelet.

Electra sparkled in a pair of ultra-long Platinum and diamond earrings, and a one-of-a-kind Platinum bracelet.

Country singer Lee Ann Womack turned heads in a pair of Platinum 950 cluster earrings.

PURE: Platinum's high level of purity (generally 90%-95% pure) endows it with both a natural white luster, allowing the true radiance of a diamond or gemstone to shine; and hypoallergenic qualities that prove ideal for sensitive skin. Only the purest platinum jewelry will bear a stamp reading "PLATINUM," "PLAT," "Pt 950," or "Pt 900," signifying the jewelry is 90% to 95% pure platinum. RARE: Platinum is 30 times more rare than gold. Posted by Picasa