Platinum Jewellery rules the red carpet at 67th Primetime Emmy Awards
Hollywood’s biggest television stars celebrated their achievements wearing platinum jewellery at the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards and related parties Emmy Nominated actress Elisabeth Moss said of her look, "I wanted to go for Hollywood glamour as an ode to the end of Mad Men. I love how (my stylist) Karla (Welch) stacked my vintage Beladora platinum bracelets on one wrist. I wore 7 bracelets for my 7 Emmy nominations. And, I love how platinum makes the diamonds sparkle!" Stylist Jessica Paster who worked with Emmy Nominated actress Lena Headey for tonight’s red carpet look said "I love platinum jewellery since it brightens every outfit and makes it come to life. I also love platinum because it's very versatile.” Jessica styled Lena with platinum jewellery from A-list celebrities chose to showcase their jewels in naturally white platinum settings that truly enhance the brilliance of diamonds and colored gemstones. Platinum jewellery is the choice accessory for celebrities to capture the most special, glamorous and memorable moments. Following is a list of stars who celebrated tonight's achievements in Platinum: Kerry Washington in Platinum by Harry Winston; Elisabeth Moss in Platinum by Beladora; Lena Headey in Platinum by Harry Kotlar; Taraji P. Henson in Platinum by Neil Lane; Viola Davis in Platinum by Neil Lane; Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Platinum by Chopard; Tina Fey in Platinum by Fred Leighton; Marcia Gay Harden in Platinum by Harry Winston; Jessica Pare in Platinum by Fred Leighton; Mindy Kaling in Platinum by Neil Lane; Fred Savage in Platinum by Neil Lane; David Oyelowo in Platinum by Neil Lane. Platinum is the ideal choice for red carpet jewellery because it holds diamonds and precious gemstones more securely than any other metal. It is not only the highest quality metal, but its density makes it one of the most durable and enduring precious metals. Platinum is also naturally white, unlike white gold, which means it will not cast any tint onto a diamond or gemstone, allowing the stone's genuine color to sparkle brightly.