Celeb-loved jewelry brand Dorsey drops spring collection

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Diamonds are a star’s best friend.

And from head-turning red carpet looks to subtle everyday shine, celebrities regularly rock show-stopping rocks from Dorsey, a jewelry brand known for its lab-grown gems.

The company’s bling has been spotted on stars including Taylor Swift, Margot Robbie and Hailey Bieber — the latter of whom turned to Dorsey for her head-turning diamond necklace at the 2022 Super Bowl.

Now, with the final weeks of winter here, the brand is giving stars some fresh ice to pick from with its spring 2023 collection.

The dazzling designs include new versions of Dorsey’s bestselling Riviere necklaces — as seen on Bieber, who owns the Kate Round-Cut Riviere Necklace (from $560).

A model in a Dorsey diamond necklace
If history is any indication, it’s only a matter of time before Dorsey’s spring styles pop up on stars.

New options range from the classic baguette-cut Petite Bessette Riviere Necklace (from $945) to the Petite Delphine Riviere Necklace ($875), which includes pear-shaped lab-grown white sapphires, and the Petite Marguerite Reviere Necklace ($685), which features flower-shaped clusters of the same stones.

Petite Marguerite Reviere Necklace ($685)

In addition to the brand’s signature necklaces, celebrities are just as hooked on the label’s eye-catching earrings.

Taylor Swift wore a scene-stealing Dorsey design — the comparatively budget-friendly Leela Micro Leverback Earrings ($150) — in her “All Too Well” short film, while Bella Hadid wore the (sadly sold out) Lee Pearl Drop Earrings on the red carpet at the 2022 Met Gala.

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Perhaps stars will soon be slipping on the label’s latest style: the Gwen Drop Earrings ($640), which glitter with lab-grown emeralds in 18-karat gold-coated sterling silver.

Gwen Drop Earrings ($640)

The spring collection also marks Dorsey’s first-ever foray into rings with the DMJ Custom Lab-Grown Diamond Ring ($5,000).

The design is inspired by founder Meg Strachan’s grandmother Dorsey — the brand’s namesake — and features both 14-karat gold and 0.86 carats of lab-grown diamonds.

A model wearing a gold ring

DMJ Custom Lab-Grown Diamond Ring ($5,000)

After all, while spring may be on the way, frost of the jewelry variety is always in season.

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